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2 THE WASHINGTON IIINGTON TIMES FRIDAY FRIDAYOCIOBE1t OOIOBEB 30 1905 190
SUSTAINS ATTACK AIIA ON ONBoard ONEMERGENCY ONEMEREMYO8P1TA
EMERGENCY EMEREMYO8P1TA EMEREMYO8P1TABoard HOSPITAL HOSPITALBoald
Board of Charities Reports Reportson
on Its Investigation InvestigationBOARDMAN Investig InyestigtiOUBOARDMAN tjon tjonBOARDMAN
BOARDMAN MAKES MAKES REPLY REPLYCharges REPLYCharges REPLYCharges
Charges That Criticism Is Actuated Actuatedby Actuatedby Actuatedby
by Animus AnimusImp1icat Implicates Corn Cornmissioner Comioner Cornmisioner
missioner ioner West WestThe WestThe WestThe
The Board of Charities through the theCommissioners theCommi theCommissioners
Commissioners Commi slonerR of the District has made madepublic madepUblic nutdftpublic
public pUblic Its It report on the recent Investi Investigation InvcsUsatlon Investigatlon ¬
gation into the conduct con < uct Of O affairs at the theEmergency theEmergency theEmergency
Emergency Hospital Of the many manycharges man mancharges manycharges
charges upon which hloh tho board makctt makcttreport makcHlport nakctsreport
report those reflecting upon the moral moralatmosphere mornlatmosphere moralatmosphere
atmosphere of the institution are sus sustained sustalmd suetaint4 ¬
tained while charges of financial irregu irregularities irreguarities rrogu1ariUes ¬
larities und general gen ral abuse and neglect neglectof
of patients arc not substantiated substantiatedIn
In conclusion the report urges that Inj Injthe In InUte Inthe
the Interest of proper management andj andjeffective and 11ndelfectlc andelTective
effective discipline authority nu horlt and re responsibility reponslbmty respoiisibtlity ¬
sponsibility should not be divided and andthere andthere andthcre
there should be a permanent responsi responsible respomdbt respoirsible ¬
ble bt head resident in the hospital with withauthority withnuthorlty withzuthorIty
authority over VO1 all of 3 Its departments departmentsand department1and departmentsand
and wbo should be held strictly account accountable acCountable acCountable ¬
able to the board of directors for its itsentire ItsenUrc itsentIre
entire management As the amount amountcontributed timountontrlbutedb amountcontributed
contributed ontrlbutedb by the Government is prac practically practIaJ1 practically ¬
tically tIaJ1 00 DCF cent of the entire support supportof
of the institution as a In this case the theboard theboard theboard
board thinks It would seem only onl proper properthat properthat properthat
that the Government should have sub substantial substantial subetanUaL ¬
stantial It not entire control Instead of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Institution remaining a purely purel pri private prlate priVatc ¬
vate ate corporation as a at present presentComment DrCIentComment presentComment
Comment in Two Cases CasesIn CasesIn ases asesIn
In commenting upon upqnone one or two par particular partlculnr particular ¬
ticular cases ca where abuse of ofpaUents ofpaUentswas patients patientswas patientswas
was proven Jroven the report says saysUt sayst saysIt
Ut It t Is established by the evidence and andIftnot andI andInot
Iftnot I not denied by anyone that in the theconveying tlleconclng theconveying
conveying of patients to the hospital In Inthe Inthe inthe
the ambulance the doctors have several severaltimes severnltimes severaltimes
times struck the patients over the head headwith headllh headw1th
with llh a rubber bottle bottleweighlng weighing a pound poundThis pounaThia Oun OunThis
This bottle is used by the driver fqr fqrdrenching t tdnmchlnl fdrenching
drenching the homes hor csnnd und hangs in the theambulance theambulan theambulanee
ambulance ambulan e in such a a way as to be within withinconvenient withinconvenient withinconvenient
convenient reach of the physician and andone andone andone
one Interne testified that he thought tho thobottle thobottle thebottle
bottle was kept handy for the purpose purposeof
of striking unruly patients patientsThis patientsThis patientsThis
This practice does not not appear from fromtho tramtho fromthe
tho testimony to have been b < < cn authorized authorizedby nuthorizedby authorizedby
by the responsible authorities of the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital or ever to have come to their theirknowledge theirknowledge theirknowledge
knowledge It Is very much m ch to t be re regretted reogrette
gretted however that when it was wasbrougnt wasbroudit wasbrougat
brougnt broudit to their notice during d ring the theprogress theprogress theprogress
progress of these hearings he rlngs representa representalives representatives representative
lives tive of the hospital should have con condoned condoned condoned ¬
doned and even defended the practice practiceon
on the ground that patients in the am ambulancefrequently ambuUmceCrequently ambulancrcquently
bulancefrequently become become violent and andattack findattack andattack
attack the doctor who its then of neces necessity necessity necescity ¬
sity compelled to defend himself either eitherby
by the use of his fists or of some ome such suchconvenient suchcomcnlent suchconvenient
convenient weapon as a Is furnished by bythV b bth
thV th bottle bottlennd and Its use has even been beenapproved beennpproved beenapproved
approved as being under the circum circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
stances one of the roost humane meth
odtf d2r of subduing subdul a patient patientThe patientThe patIentThe
The board cannot c nnot believe other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than than that the cases ore are very cry rare In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which a resourceful and humane humanephr humanephrlelan physlcian phy physician ¬
sician could not control an ambulance ambulancepatient ambuJGncepatient ambulancepatient
patient without striking him and to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet sych rare cases cnse means menna can cer certainty ccrtaInt certhinly ¬
thinly taInt bo bodevised devised other otherthllnto than to leave it itto Itto itto
to the doctor to protect himself by a acounter acounter acounter
counter attack on the patient patientThe patientThe patientThe
The same statement applies with withe witheven j jeven
even e n greater renter force to those cases as asshown asshown asshown
shown by b the evidence evidenceand and not denied deniedIn denledIn deniedin
In which turbulent turbulenlpatients patients in the hos hospital hospItal hoepital ¬
pital building Itself 112e1r have been struck struckby strucleby strucicby
by the resident physician physlclanln in attendance attendanceThe attendimcelhe attendanceThe
The defense tfiat here also the phy physician physician physIian ¬
sician has fregLUgntly tp resort to to blows blowsin blowsIn blowsin
in selfdefense docs d5eg snt not ot Impress the theboard thebo theboard
board bo ro favorably favorablyMr Caworabl CaworablMr favorablyMr
Mr Boardmans Statement StatementW Stateth nt ntv
W V J Boartotant Boarutin in s a statement taternet given givento givento givento
to the press toufty toon anawers nniYers neIthecharges neIthechargesbrought the thC charges chargesbrought harheabrought
brought against the mariagemeritof the theEmergency theImHgenC theJutergency
Emergency Hospital by b Dr H IL L > E EJchnson EJchnson EIchnson
Jchnson and practically substantiated substantiatedby subst ntlat d db dby
by b the report of tho Board of Charities
Tiindp public late yesterday sterda afternoon afternoonMr atternoonMr afternoonMr
Mr Boardman declaims declaj s animus is ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent in the controversy controv rS and andattributes andattributestht andjittrlbuten andjittrlbutenthe attributes attributesthe
the action of f certain reformers to toother tooth toother
other oth > r reasons than the better bett r adminis administration administration adminiatratlon ¬
tration of the Institution InstitutionAs
As pre5ident prc < ldent of the hospital h9spi 11 Mr MrJfoardman MrDonr Mrjloardman
Jfoardman Donr < man has mode a statement cover covering coverIng covergag ¬
ing mores than 300 printed pages The Thepamphlrt Themphlt Thepamphlet
pamphlet mphlt L 1 entitled In Defense of the theEmergency ther thelrnergeney
Emergency r mrgcn y Hospital HospitalMr HospitalMr
Mr Boararnan O ri1r1 n declares declar s that although althoughth althoughthe
th the < charges hlUl s made by Dr 11 1 L 12 E John Johnson Johnon Johnnn ¬
son on and andpractlcnlly practically substantiated subRtanU ted by bythe byth byTht
the th report of tho Board of Charities Charitieswore CharlttesVf Charitieswere
wore Vf > r mufloto mfu10 to Dr DrJohnson Johnson while hllo a a mem member membr mernher ¬
her of th the board Of jf directors of the thehospital thehospltBl thehospital
hospital Dr 1 JolirtBon J011T180n never made J1 a e any anycomplaint anycomIJal anycomtlint
complaint comIJal tlo to the board of which whlchbe he he was wasa wuila wana
a member mernbonUlterior membonUIterior
membermterior
Ulterior Motives Alleged AllegedMr Alleged11r AllegedMr
Mr Boardman seems to Imply that the thecharge thechargftS thechargs
charge were inspired by ulterior ult lormO lormOtles mo motives matives ¬
tives He says saysSo SaYs SaYsSo saysSo
So obvious and imperative was such suchobligation suchobligation suchobligation
obligation that equally obvious o vlQus is the thefact then thefact
fact n t that for some ome purpose purposoothor other than thanthat thanthat thanthtt
that of correcting any mismanagement mismanagementof ml management managementot
of the hoSDltnl if I any an existed xtsl d was the theextraordinary theextraorc1ln theextraordinary
extraordinary extraorc1ln course pf p t fit 6Jsllusklng Asking for foran foran foran
an investigation in lgatlon by public ofllolals ofllolalsCommissioner oIDolnlsCommlsliloner ofilolalsConmissIaner
Commissioner West is the only nl mom member 2ncmr momher ¬
her r of oCth th tho < 5 board of Commissioners of ofthe orthe ofthe
the District who is also a member of the theboard thebonrd theboard
board of directors of the hospital What Whatie WhatIs VhtIs
Is regarded as a most significant slgnU t nt t charge chargeis chargeIs
is made by Mr Boardman Boardmanintl1ls in this con connection connectloJJ1 eonecUi ¬
nection ecUi He says saysPrior saysPrIQr saysPrior
Prior to ordering this investigation investigationnotwithstanding nvestJgationnotwithstanding nvestlgationnotwithstandIng
notwithstanding the injury InJurywhlch which must mustresult mustresult mustresUlt
result to such an Institution InstltuHQn by the themore themore themore
more issuing of such an order no in inquiry Inquiry Inquir ¬
quiry was made by b the Commissioner Commissionerwho Comtrit Cornzrilasionerwho sloner slonerwho
who it appears from the e evidence evidencecaused 1ldencecausCiI videncucaused
caused the issuance of said order oroorot of a asingle nslnglo asingle
single officer of the hospital except exceptot exceptotth exceptoftheone of ofthft
thft th theone one who filed JQd the charges to ascer ascertain a8cbrtaln ascrtain ¬
tain whether there existed oxist < do or not any anygrounds anygrounds anygrounda
grounds therefor thereforLong thereforLong thereforLong
Long a Member of Board BoardSuch n BoatdSuch ard ardSuch
Such omission Is Isaccentuate accentuated by b the thefuct thefu thefict
fuct fu t that said Commissioner C had been beenfor beentor beenfor
for seven n ven or bight ISM years a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board of directors of said hospital hospitaland hOlpltaland hospitaland
and had prior to the issuance of said saidorder saldordor saidorder
order acquired acqulredclcar clear and positive knowl knowledge knovJedge knowiedge ¬
edge of the animus that prompted the themaking thelnaklng themaking
making of said charges During the theyears theyears theyears
years the said Commissioner has been a amember amember a amember
member of said board of directors he hehtumevor heh hehasnevor
htumevor h s evQr so far as has been ascertain ascertained ascertained ert1ln ert1lnedmade ¬
ed edmade made a single complaint against or orsuggested orsuggested orsuggested
suggested any change In the thC1 management manage management managemeat ¬
ment of the hospital hospital nor has hnsrecom hnsrecommcndod ha recom recomor recommended
mended the dismissal ot an anyphyslctan anyphyslctanor physlclnn physlclnnor
or other c mployo of the hospital o oL or oreven oreven
even been present at a single m meeting meetingof eUng eUngot
ot the board L for over a year ear
GASOLENE QUESTION QUESTIONUNDER UEST1O UEST1OUNDERON81DERAT1ON
UNDER UNDERON81DERAT1ON UNDERON81DERAT1ONCommissioners GONSIDERATION GONSIDERATIONCommissioners
Commissioners Listen to toOpinions to6pinionsof toipinions
Opinions 6pinionsof of Dealers DealersREGULATIONS DealeisREGULATIONS I IREGULATIONS
REGULATIONS IN PROSPECT PROSPECTSpokesman PROSPECTSpokesman PROSPECTSpokesman
Spokesman Says Prohibitive Rule RuleWould RuleWould RuleWould
Would Work Hardship on onSome onSome
1
Some S me People PeopleShall PeopleShaJ1the PeopleShall
Shall ShaJ1the the use of gasolene in dwelling dwellinghouses dwelllhghouses dwelli g ghouses
houses be prohibited in the District of ofColumbia ofCol otColumbia
Columbia ColumbiaThis Col ColumbiaThis um bla blaThis
This important question questi n was discussed discussedthis discussedthis discussedthis
this morning from everY every1point every point of VIewb view viewby iewby
by b representative grocers manufactur manufacturera
era attorneys and insurance men mot1 mo in interested Intcrcsted Intcrcsted ¬
tcrcsted in the handling of gasolene at ata atIl ata
a board hearing granted them by b tho thoi thoCommissioners theCommissioners
i Commissioners Many interesting points pointswere polntewere pointswere
were brought out Including In h1dlng a statement statementthat statementthat
1 that 1200000 gallons Of the fluid is con consumed consumed coneumed ¬
sumed in the District annually nnnuall 1000000 1000000gallons 1000000gaUons 1000000gallons
gallons of which is used by the gas gascompanies gascompanies
1 companies to better the quality of their theirproduct theirDrOOuct theirproduct
product productAttorney DrOOuctAttorney productAttorney
Attorney W V V S Duvall counsel counselor of tho thoAutomobile thoAutomobile theAutomobile
Automobile Storage Company sprung a asurprise nsurprise asurprise
surprise toward the end of the hearing h 1rln 1rlnby
by declaring the Commissioners were werowithout werewithout werewithout
without authority to prohibit rohlblt the sale saleor saleor saleor
or use of gasolene In dwellings The TheCommissioners TheCommissioners I
Commissioners advised Mr Duvall they theywould theywould theywould
would consult with the Corporation CorporationCounsel CorpornUonCounsel CorporatIonCounsel
Counsel and would not of course at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to go beyond their Jurisdiction JurisdictionHow jurisdictionHow Jurisdictionllow
How Conflict Started StartedThe StartedThe StartedThe
The cause of all the Trouble trout > to is a pro proposed proDos proposed ¬
posed Dos d police regulation prohibiting the thosale thesale thesale
sale of highly hlshl inflammable oils which whichwill whichw11l whichwill
will burn at a temperature less than 120 120I 120degrees 120degrees
I degrees Fahrenheit in buildings used usedwholly usedwholly usedwholly
wholly or in part as dwellings S Kero Kerosene Kerosene Keroacne ¬
sene or coal oil is not included In the theregulation thoregulaUon theregulation
regulation regulationA
A S Clarke chairman chalrm n of the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee from the Grocers Protective Asso Association Assoelation AssociaUon ¬
elation declared the th regulation r would wouldwork wouldwork Wouldwork
work hardship on small grocers who whohandled whohandl whohandldd
handled handl d the oil and added that oily ohlyone oblyone oilyone
one explosion or fire had occurred within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the past nine years from the storage of ofgasolene ofgasolene ofgasolene
gasolene In grocery ery stores whether whetherthey whetherthey whetherthey
they were occupied in part for dwelling dwellingpurposes dwellingpurposes dwellingpurposes
purposes or not notTestimony notTestimony notTestimony
Testimony Two Ways WaysR
R C Baughman manager of the theHomo theHome theHome
Home OH Company spent nearly an anhour anhour anhour
hour endeavoring to convince convince the Com Commissioners Commlsloners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners gasolene is not dangerous if ifproperly Itpropcrlj ifproperly
properly handled but he made the dam damaging damaging darnng1ngadmisslon ¬
aging ng1ngadmisslon admission that as SO per r cent of ofthep iJf iJfthe ofthe
the fluid is Used by pVSor or and ignorant ignorantpersons Ignornntpersons ignorantpersons
persons the chances for properly han handling handling bandhing ¬
dling it are slender Mr Baughman
declared gasolene to be the th poor O r man mans mansheat mansheat s sheat
heat fuel light and power The Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornmissioners ¬
missioners did not seem s em to think this thisfact thisfact thisfact
fact should estop a regulation reg latlon promul promulgated promulgated promulgated ¬
gated purposely to preclude pr cludc loss of 1m 1mman buman human
man life and finally tl agreed eed to take the thematter thematter thematter
matter under consideration their de decision decision decielon ¬
cision to be announced in a n few days daysPresent dajsPresent daysPresent
Present at the Hearing
The Grocers Protective Pr t cUv Association Associationwas
was represented by A H Gregory Sec Secretary ec ecretary ecrotary ¬
retary A S Clarke chairman commit committee committee committee ¬
tee A R Rowe W S Brown BroWn and andP andP C CF
P Dlggs counsel A N Hamilton and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John Henderson jr were present for forthe forthe or orthe
the boardot fire underwriters underwritersmanager un unierwriteraOthers erwrUcrs erwrUcrsOthers
Others present wete we e R C BaUghmanl Baughman Baughmanmanager
manager of the Independent OH Com Company Companj Comt Comtpany
pany W S Duval1 counsel for the theAutomobile theAutomobile theAutomobile
Automobile Storage Company Fire FireMarshal FireMarshal PireMarshal
Marshal Bieber and A L Sinclair As Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant Corporation Counsel CounselTo CounselMEMORIAL CounselMEMORIAL
MEMORIAL SERVICE SERVICEfOR SERVICEFOR
fOR r M18BUTllTll M18BUTllTllTo RS BOOTHTUGKER BOOTHTUGKERc
c
To Be B Held in Washington Under the theAuspices theAnspices theAuspices
Auspices of the Salvation SalvationArmy SalvationArmy SalvationArmy
Army
A memorial service in honor of the thelate thelate thelate
late Mrs BoothTucker consul in the theSalvation theSalvation theSalvation
Salvation Army who was killed yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday in a railroad wreck wreckr will be beheld beheld j jheld
held in Washington under the auspices auspicesof au auspicesof plce8 plce8or
of the local branch or tno nc Salvation SalvationArmy Sa1aUonAnn SalvationArmy
Army ArmyNo Ann AnnNo ArmyNo
No specific date haH been sot as a anational nnational anational
national call will will probably be made madefrom madefrom madefrom
from the headquarters in New York Yorkbut Yorkbut Yorkbut
but it is believed that the service will willbe w111be willbe
be held a week from next Sunday Sun 1a It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is purposed purposedto to to have the local service in inthe Inthe inthe
the hail used by the Salvation Army Armyalthough Armjalthoush Armyalthough
although a larger place may be ob obtained obtalnQd obtamed ¬
tamed Commissioner Macfarland who whowas whowas whowas
was a personal friend of Mrs Booth BoothTucker BoothTucker BoothTucker
Tucker will deliver an address addressTne addressl addreasThe
The l e rooms occupied here by b the Sal Salvation Salvatlon Salration ¬
ration Army Arm are draped in white whiteBlack whiteDlael whiteBlaCk
Black is never used In draping In honor honorof bonorat honorof
of the dead the the white signifying tri triumph triumph tn tnumph ¬
umph Captain and Mrs Mrs Roper will willleave willleave nillleave
leave Washington for New York as soon soonas soonas soonas
as the date of the furttiral tun ra1 is announced announcedLEAVES announcedLEAVES announcedLEAVES
LEAVES ESTATE TO SISTER
The will of Lucy Jackson dated March
20 1900 was offered for probate yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon She leaves her estate to toher toher toher
her sister Betsey CrofTord who Is Isnamed Isnari1 isnamed
named nari1 d executrix executrixKNOW executrixKNOW executrixKNOW
KNOW NOW NOWAnd NPVAnd NOWAnd
And Will Never Forget the Experience ExperienceThe
The coffee drinker1 drinker1who dri rl Rcr who has suffered sufferednnd 8ulfereand sufferedand
and then been completely com lotely cured by bychanging bYI bychanging
changing < hari glng from coffee to Postum Food FoodCofffee Foodcorr FoodCofte
I corr Cofffee e knows something valuable valuableHe valuableHe valuableHe
He or she she has no doubt about It A ACalifornia ACalifornia ACalifornia
California lady lad says I learned the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth about coffee In a peculiar way wayMy wa waMy wayMy
My husband who has for years been of ofu ofu ofa
u very bilious temperament temp < rament decided to toleave toleavc toleave
leave off coffee and give Postum a trial triaiand trialnd triaLind
and nd as I did ld not want the trouble of ofmaking ofI ofmaking
making two beverages bev rngcs for meals I con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
I cluded to try Postum too and the result resulthave resulbhave rosuitehave
have been that while my husband has hasbeen hasbe hasbeen
been be n greatly benefited benefit d 1 have my myself mypelf rayrelf ¬
self received even greater gr ater benefit When WhenI VhenI
I began to drink Postum > ost1m I was thin in inficsh Inteh inflesh
flesh and very vel nervous and now 1 actu actually actually actually ¬
ally welch 1C pounds more than I did didat didat didat
at that time Um and I am stronger phys physcally physlcnUy physicahiy
cally and in my nerves while mynuf mynufband my mY nup nupband nueband
band is cured nf all his Ills iliaWe Illse illsWe
We e have learned our little lesson lessonabout IOH90nilbout lessonabout
about coffee and we know something somethingbout somel1lngubout sometliinabout
about bout Postum too for we have used usedPostum use usePoatum I Ipostum
Postum now steadily for the last thrert thrertyears thre threyears
years and we w > shall always continue to todo todo todo
do so We W have no more use for cQff CQttcc CQttccthe caffeethe ce cetho
the drug drink Wo Vejeter pr prefer fer Postum and andhealth andheallh andhealth
health Name given by Postum Co CoBattle CoDattle CoBattle
Battle Creek Mich MichLook 1l1chLook MichLook
Look in each packhge for a copy COP ot otthe 01the otthe
the famous little book Tho Road to toWellvllle toWellvlUc toWellvihie
Wellvllle
WEIRDEST WEIRDESTGRANK BAN CRANK EVER EVERliDSINACELL EVERLANDS EYERtND81N
liDSINACELL liDSINACELLWilliam LANDS tND81N IN A CELL CELLWilliam ELL ELLWilliam
William Hale Sure He HeIsR HeIsRlonte HeIsaMoiite Is a aMoiite
Moiite lonte Cristo CristoKILLED CristoK CristoKILLED
K KILLED I LLE D FOUR HUNDRED4venged HUNDREDAvenged HUNDRED HUNDREDAvenged
Avenged 4venged James Graduated From All Alli AllCollege3 AllColleges
i Colleges Worth Ten Millions and andIs andIs andIs
Is a Waiter for for Fun FunI
I am an actor I < tor a buyer bucr of skins sleh s a agraduate agrnduato agraduate
graduate of Harvard Hu rvard Yale Princeton PrincetonColumbia PrincetonColumbia PrincetonColumbia
Columbia and the Colorado COlor do Institute Instituteof
of Technology an an athlete nthl te a L poker play player PUtyer player ¬
er and a waiter In me you ou also be behold b bhold hIbhold ¬
hold the avenger of Jesse James the thenoted thenoted thenoted
noted outlaw for it was was I who blew oft oftthe olrtlie offthe
the head of Robert Ford Jesses slayer slayerwith sla slayerwith er erwith
with n shotgun in Carson Cn son City Nov NevWhen N NVhen NovWhen
When I wan at Harvard I was cap captain cnptuht captam ¬
tain tam of the football arid n d baseball teams teamsand tenmsnnd teamsand
and of the crew In spite of my ath athletic IlthJetlc athlotie ¬
letic prowess however h weer I graduated at ntthe atthe atthe
the head of my m classes In law poetry poetrysinging pootrsinging poetrysinging
singing electrical methods science and andliberal andUbernl andlIberal
liberal arts artsI
I have never nevt > r entered the prize ring ringbut ringbut ringbut
but as an amateur I am champion boxer boxerof boxerat boxerof
of the world I licked Uck d Jim Corbett on ona ona ona
a boat at Savannah Ga GuJettrlus Jeffries and andFltzslmmons andFitzsimmons andFitzsimmons
Fitzsimmons were wefa simply slmpl not n t in my myclass myclass myclass
class I cleaned up Jack Munroe at atSaginaw atSaginaw atSaginaw
Saginaw Mich My last victories vlct rlcR were wereover w wereover ro roOcr
over Young Corbett and McGovern McGovernI McGovernHis McGovernHis
I His Graft uGraftI GraftI
I am at present with a theatrical theatricalmanager theatricalmanncer theatricalmanager
manager and came to this thiscity city clt to re rehearse roh nohearse ¬
hearse h < < ar8e for a new play in which I am amto amto amto
to be leading man I draw a salary of oroOOO
30000 per year I buy bu all the skins skinsof skinsot skinsof
of the earth and distribute them to tofurriers torurrl tofurnirs
furriers rurrl rs From this tkls source I draw 29000 29000per 29000per 29000per
per year and graft grdtt 100000 more moreWhen moreVhcn moreWhen
When I play poker I read the cards cardsthrought card4throught cardsthrought
throught their backs by byinean bymeans means of my mywonderful m7vondertul mywonderful
wonderful eyesight so that I know every everycard c everycard ry rycard
card held by my m opponents and It is istherefore I Ither itherefore
therefore ther < < fore impossible for me to lose On Onhorses Onhorses Onhorses
horses I am Invincible invincibleI j
I have acted as commissioner for forWhitney f01Whitney totWhitney
Whitney and and Vanderbilt and Edward EdwardCorrigan Edw EdwardCornigan rd rdCorrigan
Corrigan So unerring is my Judgment Judgmentthat Judgmentthat Judgmentthat
that one day I atart started d with 17 and andat andat andat
at the close of the thoday day I Ihad had 838000 838000Ford 138000 138000Ford 138000Ford
Ford Is not the only man I have havekilled havoklUed havekilled
killed Having grown up with the theJames thoJames theJames
James boys I learned to play with a agun agun agun
gun and altogether altogether have killed between
400 and COO men I was In the room roomwith roomwith roomwith
with James when Ford shot him I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have taken up waiting on the hetabio table tabl as asa asa asa
a fad and am head walterjatthe walt waiterzitthe r tthe Wal WaldorfAstoria WaldortAstonia WaldartAstoria ¬
dorfAstoria where I make ffink isopcr 50 50per per day dayOf dayor dayOf
Of course I do not noth have Ve to do this as I Iam Iam Iam
am worth easily e oslly 10000000 10000000Pawning 10OO 10000000Pawiing O OPaW
Pawning PaW 1ing Clothes
These are a few of the statements statementsmade statcmetttsm statomehtsmade
made m de to all who will listen 1I8ten by bWflllnm bWflllnmJ William WilliamJ
J Hale a neatly dressed man who whogives whogives whogives
gives his age as thirtythree and andwho andwhois who whoIs whoIs
Is locked up at the First precinct police policestation p policestation lce lcestation
station on the charge of insanity pena pending penaIng pondlag ¬
ing his removal to St Elizabeths In Insane Insane Insane ¬
sane Asylum this thlsaft afternoon afternoonPoliceman afternoonPoliceman rno n nPo11ceman
Policeman Emmert saw Hale about nbo t to toenter toenter toenter
enter a pawnshop today and entered enteredInto enteredInto enteredinto
Into conversation with him Ho Howas was al almost almost almost ¬
most stunned by b the Information Jlkc Jlkcthe like likethe likethe
the above which was hurled at him himHale himHaJe himHale
Hale who had not a cent on him was wasabout wasbout wasfibout
about bout to pawn a suit case and a suit suitIt suitIt ult ultIt
It was learned that he had been em employed emploc employeil
ployed Wst winter at the tbe Hotel H tel Raleigh Raleighwhere RaIt Raleighwhere lgh lghwhere
where he h was well liked He applied appliedthere tppliedthere pplledthere
there and elsewhere eJsewh re for employment re recently recently recently ¬
cently but his actions precluded his hissecuring hissecuring hissecuring
securing it itTOO ItTOO itTOO
TOO MUCH REPAIRING REPAIRINGIN
IN NAVY NAVYSAYS SAYS BOWLES BOWLESRear
Rear Admiral AdmiralI3le I dmlral Bowler J lef tth h9 fs f f Jhbout hb about ut to toretire toreUre toretire
retire from thcimvi the theztav rta makcs mlI make4z t in n Im Impromptu Impromptu impromptu ¬
promptu recommendation concerning the therepairing therepairing therepairing
repairing of battleships batd shlps In a letter to toSecretary toSecretary toSecretary
Secretary Moody ood Heaald HO1nld the practice prac lce of ofhaving othaving ofhaving
having the battleships of thVNjprlh the theNrth Nprth At Atlantic AtlanUe AtlantiC ¬
lantic fleet laid up uctwice twice a ydar y nt for or re repairs rep repairs ¬
pairs p lrs Is unnecessary u iicceasary and demoralizing demoralizingto ddm r lIilng lIilngto i
to the organizatiOn of work at the navy navyyards navyyads navyards
yards ards Ho advises advl u that the vessels bo bolaid bolaid belaid
laid up for repairs only once In twelve twelvemonths tweJvcmen twelvemonths
months men tlui
tluiMRS
MRS NESBITS NESBITS FUNERAL FUNERALThe FUNERALThe FUNERALThe
The funeral of Mrs trs Beulah Nesbit Nesbltwho Nesbitwho Nesbitwho
who committed suicide by shooting shootln her herself herselt herself ¬
self through the heart at 429 29 T Street Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwellt Streetnorthwest
northwest early yesterday esterda morning will willbe wiltbe winbe
be hold at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon afternoonfrom afternoonfrom afternoonfrom
from the Calvary Baptist Church The TheRev TheRev TheRev
Rev Dr S H Greene will officiate In Interment Interment IntOrment ¬
terment will be at Rock Creek Ceme Cemetery Cemetor Cemebr ¬
tery tor
DIED DIEDNKSBIT DIEiNJSDJTon DIEDESBITOn >
NKSBIT NJSDJTon On the morninij of Thursday tie tlie20th tieI the0th
20th I 0th > th instant at 420 ro T Street 8tr l northwest MRS MHSBEtLAH MRSflFtLAlt ms msmCLAll
BEtLAH UESBIT ES EsniT lT daughter of Harmon M and andMary andMarr md111r
Mary 111r M 1 Brush of thJ tills city cityFuneral en enFuntral cityFuneral
Funeral services at Calvary CalI1r Baptist aptlst Church ChurchSunday CllUrchSunday ChurchSunday
Sunday November ovembcr 1 3 pm oc502t oco2tlIIGGIXSSudd oe8O2t1IIGGINSSudd
lIIGGIXSSudd nl nly on Thuradar Thursday October
20 1003 THOMAS HENRY H100INS H100INSFunernl IJJOOl hilfiolMiFuneral H Hunernl
Funeral from residence of his brotherinlaw brotherinlawDr
Dr Charles AV V Outhbertson < 1206 Sixth Street Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest Streetnortlivest
northwest Saturday htrlII1Y October Oet ber 31 at 11 am amFriends amlT1entls anfllends
Friends cordially cordlall invited Invlt It ItIllUsOn 1tIIlJJrOn ItH1LLOn
IllUsOn Thursday ThUnld3 October 29 1003 001 at ll the theresidence therltlidcmre theresidence
residence of her atr daughter Mrs > Irs George GoOr e M MBolllnp MHoUln IdBoiling
Bolllnp HoUln 1808 RiRRs Place MARY COKE OKE HILL HILLwjfe IIILIJft hiILTwife
wife Jft of Major Nicholas icolas S Hilt of Baltimore Baltimorethe BaltimoreI1C altlmoreThe
the funeral will take tak place from the Cathedral Cathedralin
in Baltimore Saturday October 31 at It 1015 1015am 1015am IO1 IO1am
am Interment private It
Meet Me Meat MeConn
Conn AY at the theCircle and K St StMakers SfUakcrs StBakers
Circle
Makers Breakfast Cocoa per can 20c 20cBakers 2OcUakers
Bakers Chocolate per cske lIke 17c 17clicit 1ieneat
licit South S uth Carolina Head Rice per lb Sc ScRoyal 50Royal ScRoyal
Royal Baking Uakln Powder per J > Cr pound can 40c 40clicst 4OcUcst
best Macaroni Imported ncr pound lIe 12cBeat 121Dest lIeBest
Beat Cox Gelatin per box ICo ICoSIAGRUDEUS 11JcAOnUDEItS IOeMAGRUDERS
SIAGRUDEUS SIAGRUDEUSSowing MAGRUDERSSewing AOnUDEItSSawing
Sowing Machines S4OO 400 Uo UoAll U UAll UnAll
All makes Guaranteed Guarult five ycun yeu Repair RepairInp n fltpalring pdr pdrIn
Inp In We Grnphophonca and record of If all kinds kindsROBERTSON kindsnOmnTSOS kindsROIhERTilOX
ROBERTSON k l BICKERTOX
50 II S 5t X W y mTIll n Till 0P 9P3f 9P3fYOUR M MYOUR 3fYOUR
YOUR CREDIT CREDit IS ooob GOODAlways ooobAways ooobMways
Always the Same SameTHARPS SameTHARPS SameThAPS
THARPS PURE PUREBerkeley PUREI PUREBerkeley
I Berkeley Ryel12 Rye
LIZ 12 F FSl St N NW W Thone Main 1141 1141Special 1141Epeolal 1141peoiaI
Special Private rlnl Delivjry
POLICE TO END EN ABUSES ABUSESOF ABUSESOF A8SE8DALLEEBUSTOMS
OF HALLOWEEN DALLEEBUSTOMS DALLEEBUSTOMSp CUSTOMSMajor CUSTOMS GUSTOMSl GUSTOMSMajor
p l
Major Sylvester Sends Out OutOrders OutOideis nt ntr
Orders r e on Subject SubjectARRESTS Su SubjectARRESTS je jeARRESTS
ARRESTS ARE TO BE BEiM WADE WADEOlden IMDEOldertOffenders E Et EOIdertOffend
t
Olden OIdertOffend OldertOffenders Offenders rs Likely Li l to Go G to Jail if ifThey ifThey ifThey
They Destroy Property P operty or orInjure orInjure orInjure
Injure Clothes ClothesMajor Clot ClothesMajor es esIaJor
Major IaJor Sylvester this morning sounded soundedthe soundedthe soundedthe
the knell for the wonted high Jinks of ofthGsmnll otlhcsmaU ofthasmall
thGsmnll boy bo on Halloween This Thl Is s the thenight thenight thenight
night when from time immemorial immemorialyouths Jmmen Immemorialyouths orlal orlalouth9
youths outh9 and elders have given way wa to the thenatural thenntur thenatural
natural nntur l tfrnklsh tendencies of human humannature humahllnture humabnature
nature natureInsecurely llnture11u5ecurely natureIzisecurely
Insecurely fastened gates wagons left leftin leftIn leftIn
in alleyways and in fact ra t everything everythingmovable everythingmoable everythingmovable
movable has hitherto had a way of ofturning otturning ofturning
turning up on the morning of November
1 something less than a mllefrom where wherethey whertthe wherethey
they the were wereJeU left the night before while whilethe wh110the whilethe
the feelings 1 elh hs of the young oung blood In dress dressclothing dreeffcJothlng dressclothing
clothing on his way to a social event eventwho eventwho eventwho
who encounters a shower of flour from froman froman froman
an unseen source s urce have never found foundadequate toundadequate foundadequate
adequate expression expressionProsaic exprcsslonProsaic expressionProsaic
Prosaic Police PoliceAll Po1iceAh PoliceAll
All Ah this is very vcry romantic and funny
to the perpetrators perpetratorsbut but the soul of the thePolice thePolice thePolice
Police Department as represented by b bthe
the chief Is very prpsalc when it comes comesto comesto comesto
to a matter m tter of duty and whil whUIII this thisdate thisdate thisdate
date Is Very elusive and escapes the at attention attentlon attention ¬
tention of the average citizen that it ithas Ithas Ithas
has not escaped his hlslsL lsi Is evidenced by tho thofollowing thofollowing thefollowing
following order sent out today by Major MajorSylvester MajorSyJvester MajorSylvester
Sylvester SylvesterLieutenants SyJvesterLieutenants SylvesterLieutenants
Lieutenants Order your Oour shifting shiftingsection shirtingsection shiftingsection
section on duty on the evening of Oc October Octo October ¬
tober to > er 31 1903 at 6 oclock and have your yourreserve yourreserve our ourrCBene
reserve cooperate with the officers on onthe onthe onthe
the street for an hour or two in giving givingattention ghlngattention givingattention
attention to the pranks of boys cape especially cepeclaUy capedaIly ¬
daIly those of older years ears in order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that persons may be free from Insult Insultand Insultand Insultand
and property from damage or or destruc destruction destruction destruction ¬
tion
May Make Arrests ArrestsThe ArrestsThe ArrestsThe
The wheelmen especially erspee especially 1Uy In tho sub suburban suburban suburban ¬
urban districts should be active in inkeeping Inkeeping Inkeeping
keeping down complaints complaintsBoys compJ compThintsBoys Jnts JntsDo
Boys Do who fail to appreciate the warn warning warnIng warnlag ¬
ing given them should sho ld be taken to their theirparents theirparents theirparents
parents but those of t older years and andrfny nndIny andtiny
tiny Iny who are guilty guilt of flagrant violations violationsof Iolatloltsotlaw
of otlaw law should be sent to the House of ofDetention oCDetention ofDetention
Detention DetentionThe DetentionThe DetentionThe
The throwing of flour and other in indignities Indignities indignities ¬
dignities will not be permitted permittedMRS permittedMilS
MRS BOOTHTUCKERS
BODY LIES IN I STATE STATEThousands STAT STATThouSAnds STATEThousands
Thousands of Salv Salvationists tionists in Chicago Chicagoto
to View Vie1Her Her Remains RemainsTonight Remafris RemafrisT RemainsTcinight
Tonight TonightCHICAGO T TcinightA TcinightCHICAGO hight hightt
A t jl jlCHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 30 Unaccompanied Unaccompaniedby
by any escort CBcortlac CRCortaethe save the undertakers und rtakcr8 as assistants aspIstants asslatants ¬
sistants and without without ceremony prior to toIts toIt5 toits
Its departure the body bod of Consul Emma KmmaBoothTucker EmmaBoothTucker EmmaBoothTucker
BoothTucker was was removed this morn mornIns m mornIng rn rnInS
Ins from the morgue toPrlnccB tet 4 PrlncessRlnk PrlncessRlnkTenty > nincessRinkTwenty RlnlC RlnlCTwenty
Twenty male cadets In uniform met metthe metthe metthe
the hoarse henrseat at the door of this t rink and andtook andtook andtook
took the th casket from the hands of the theundertaker theundertaker theundertaker
undertaker and his aides With bowed bowedheads bowedheads bowedheads
heads and sorrowful faces they bore the theremains theremales theremains
remains lovingly l vlhgl3 up the aisle aisleIto a1sIetoth a1sIetothplatform Ito to the theplatform theplatform
platform platformThere platform platformThere platformThere
There There the casket was deposited to re remain remain nomain ¬
main until late tonight so the thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands t 1f > f Salvationists ana their t elr co coworkers co1orkers coworkers
workers of every eer religious organization organizationwho organizationwho organIzationwho
who loved the woman might look for forthe
the last time upon the face of the dead deadSoon deadSoon deadSoon
Soon after the arrangement of tnocasket
casket c3sk t upon tho bier huhdredsof per persons petsons per50n3 ¬
sons formed In Inpr procession ce Ilon and marched marchedpast
past for the last look lookMemorial JookMemorIal lookMemorial
Memorial sorvtc will be held h ld In the therink
rink this evening after which the body bodywill
will be removed to the Michigan Central Centraldepot
depot for shipment at 3 a m to New NewYork
York
The Most Celebrated CelebratedTRIWEAR Celebra CelebratedTRIW fed fedTRIWEAR
TRIWEAR TRIWEARMens TRIW EAR EARMens
Mens 350 Shoes ShoesBy ShoesD ShoesBy
By D reason of their superior ma materials matcrhL1H matorlals ¬
terials workmanship and finish finishgive finishive finishgive
give ive thrice the wear of any other otherJ350 other3f
J350 350 3f O lines nnd are ar In all respects respectsthe respectstho respectsthe
the equal of any known 5 shoes shoesYou shoesYou shoesYou
You should see the new fall styles stylestheyre strle strletnere stylestheyre
theyre It ItIn ItIn itIn
In all sizes widths weights and nndshapes andshn andsbnpes3t0
shapes shn sbnpes3t0 sbnpes3t0AIsO peH3ro 3M 3MAlso
A Also Iso made for boys boysSizes bosSizes boysSizes
Sizes 10 to I3 200 200I3
I3 to t 5 250
1
HEAVY HEAVYPUnLIC PUBLIC USE SE OFGARNEGIE OFA11NEGIE OF OFfirst
GARNEGIE LIBRARY LIBRARYFirs
first Firs Reports eports of o Trustees and Librarian LibrarianSince LibrarianSmce LibrarianSince
Since Occupancy o oC of L the theNew theew theNe
New Ne ew Building BuildingThe Bu BuildingThe iding idingThe
The report of the trustees of the Cnr Cnrnegle Cnrnegle Carnogie
negle Library Lt raryor for the fiscal year icar ended endedJune endedJune endedJune
June 30 1003 wax 3 pintle pH rnnde c Pjubjlc pu lc this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning The document is 18 eomprohon eomprohonslve comprohondve comprohenaive
slve giving ghh n detailed history of tho In Institution Insthutlon instftulion ¬
stitution with a report of thd li1 librarian librarianWcBtonFllnt librArianWcstonFlInt librArianWestonFlint
WcBtonFllnt Tho report la tho first firstto firstto firstto
to be made since the library nun ha occu occupied occuplc1 occupied ¬
pied It its new building in Mount Vernon VornonSquare VernonBqurlro VernonSquare
Square SquareThere BqurlroThere SquareThere
There wero 21VG1 book bOOkl isstiod Issued stao for forhome torhome forborne
home use or an avcraKo of 178B6 178B6volumes 178rtivolum 17855volumes
volumes volum > 1 a month THI This In ft total In Increase Inereaao increase ¬
crease over last year of 06145 volumes volumesand volumosand volumesand
and a monthly incrgime Inc incrase lUe of 5423 5423The S42t1The 4ro 4roTho
The number of bOoks In the library at atthe atthe atthe
the beginning of tho year cnr was wa 3356 3356and Z3666nnd 33566and
and on June 30 1003 53621 BO that the thenvcroge theaverage i iaverage
average number for or the year wan about I
43593 4393This 43593This i iThis
This makes the yearly circulation circulationequal clrculatlonequal circulationequal
equal to about four and threefourths threefourthsthe
the number of books In the whole li library library Iibrary ¬
brary The large Increase In the clrcu circulation clrculaUd1 clrculatidia ¬
lation has come since the opening of the thenew thenew thenew
new building In January The number numberof
of books Issued from Juy to December
1902 was as 70214 while from trom January to toJuly toJUly toJuly
July 1903 the number was ias n 144044 144044The 14400The 144044The
The library was open 289 days during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the year the largest Jargestcirculation circulation for any anyone anyone anyone
one day being 1790 17 volumes and an the thesmallest thesmalle thesmallest
smallest smalle t 185 Tho average dally circula circulation circulation circulation ¬
tion for the different months as shown shownIn shownIn shownIn
In the table has varied from 402 4 2 vol volumes volumes 01 01urnes ¬
umes in December to 1051 In March MarchLast MarchLust MarchL
Last L st year the largest was 583 and the thesmallest thesmaUest thesmallest
smallest 384 During the 145 days spent spentIn spentin pont pontIn
In the old building the average dally dallycirculation dallycirculation dailycirculation
circulation was 4S4 volumes the re remaining remaining remaining ¬
maining 144 days in the new building buildingshow buildingshow buildingshow
show a n dally average of 1000 volumes volumesThis voumes voumesThlsmakes voumesThIs
This Thlsmakes makes an Increase of 48 per cent In Intho Inthe inthe
the circulation in Inthe the last six months monthsThe monthsThe monthsThe
The total amount received in fines finesduring flnesduring finesduring
during the year was 189403 189403 The growth growthin
in the use of the library can be fully fullyrealized tull tullrealized fullyrealized
realized from the great Increase In the theregistration theretistrntlon theregistration
registration In 1902 5422 persons reg registered reglstered regIstered ¬
istered In 1903 112S3 Of this number numberI
I 1389 card holders registered out of 3747 3747whose 3i4iwhose 3747whose
whose cards expired during the year yearThis yearThis yearThis
This is an increase in reregistration reregistrationover
over 1902 when of the 6712 cards which whichexpired whichexpired whichexpired
expired only 1852 were were renewed Thus Thusthe Thusthe Thusthe
the past year has gained 9691 new card cardholders cardholders cardholders
holders for the library which makes the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total number of persons holding cards
29595 595 and this number does not Include Includethe Includeth Includethe
the th cards issued ISBuedfor for nonfiction only onlySince onlySln onlySince
Since Sln the opening openingot of the library in 1S93 18993OMI 18W3oo1
30051 cards have been Issued 10549 of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which have expired the time limit for forwhich Corwhich forwhich
which cards are Issued being three threeyears threeears threeyears
years yearsEstimates yearsEstimates ears earsEstimates
Estimates for the conduct of the li library library Iibrary ¬
brary for the th1 next fiscal year were pub published published pubhished ¬
lished In The Times several weeks ago agoGALUSHER agor agoI
I U eu euI
r I G GALUSHER GALUSHERTHE I I It
I THE CITYS OPTOIOG1ST OPTOIOG1STJust T
1 1I
t Just to remind you of our ourSaturday ourf I II ISaturday l lSaturday
f Saturday Special SplolalSalls Salts f fGoldfin
f fcnclee I Imdcc
250 G01dfllIed Goldfin d Spec o oI g i
cnclee mdcc or Eyeglasses pf 1 00 fi 1 1warranted It Iwarranted
warranted for10 years yearsI ears T
t TT TI Tt T I t
i
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I i Frameless Eyeglass Eyeglasssprings jj I Ies I
I es with solid gold p 1 I 00 I H I Isprings
springs for forIf forIf f fIt
If in need of Glasses take advan advan udvantage T Ttage
tage of this offer otterI offerI T TEYES f
I EYES EXAMINED FREE FREECALLISHER J JGALLJSHER
I GALLJSHER CALLISHER I
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t 917 Pa PaAveNW PaAveNWe4e Ave N W f
1 e4e sss1 i
r Hahl HahlThats
Always Busy at Hahns HahnsThats
Thats what they say and it was never so true as now nowThese nowTJICse nowThese J
These evergrowing crowds are attracted by b our tenfold va variety YRri varicty ¬ I
riety ri ty of original snappy and beautiful styles stylesb by our repu reputation rcputntion icputation ¬
tation for polling superior superior shoes that are guaranteed for forwear forwcar forwear
wear at prices fa far below same values at other otl er stores stoiesIt storesIt
It will ill be of especial interest for you to call here to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow following There are many other extra attractions besides the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing I
Health and Beauty BeautyWI BeautyWI BeautyWI
WI = MODAU MO a DAU = SIS SISWomens SISWomens J JWomens
Womens 3 Boots BootsThese BootsThcse BootsThese
These surpassingly beautiful beautifulShoes beautifulShoes beautifulShoes
Shoes arc going ahead in point of ofsales ofsales t tsales
sales so swiftly swlttJ that we can canscarcely ennscarcely canscarcely
scarcely keep up the supply supplyAny supplAny supplyAny
Any woman who wours a pair pairhas pairhas pairlane
has the satisfaction of knowing knowingthat knowingthat knowingthat
that no amount of money can buy buya bu bun
a handsome style stIeand and 350 or 4 4cannot 4cannot I
cannot buy bp more durability durabilityA I
A host of new nc stylos stylosto to fit any anyfoot an anfoot anyfoot
foot V I
3 for Shoes S2EO 200 for Oxfords
SPECIALLY REDUCED FOR TOMORROW
I AC C Mens and Wo Vo Vomens
19C 1 17 7 mens Black BlackCheviot Bin BlackCheviot c Ie IeChcvlot
Cheviot Cloth Over Overgrtlters Oyergtllcrs Overgalters
grtlters all sizes sizesnCC sizesA
nCC A C Dolges Famous FamousV FnmousVomens FamousWomens
V 9 J 5c Womens Flex Flexible FlexIble Flexible ¬
ible Leather Sole Red Redand Rednod Redand
and Black Felt F 1t Juliets Juliet JulietII
II
4 A QC c Womens Warm WarmCloth
I 40 0 Cloth Slippers Slippersand SUppersand Slippersand
and Juliets felt or orleather orleather orI
I leather soles solesS1 8QlosI sQlOsSi
S1 1 7 Womens rom ens 52 521J 2 2umde
Si 1 3 7
I 1J 1 tirade Vicl ViclK V I c i iR
I K i > d Tipped Laced LacedBoots Lacednoots
I Boots
CQC Ac Girls Vlcl Kid Kidp
6 9c
Oy p 7 Solid Solo SOi 1 1Boots 1Boots 1Boots I
Boots sizes SVs 5 to 2 2SO 2So
SO So 2 xCC 6 5 rWomens rWomensUJ350 Womens v a mens
03 UJ350 350 Hand Handmade Handmade Handmade ¬
made Finest Kid and nndValour IlndVelour andVelour
Velour Calf Walking WalkingBoots WalkingBoots alklng alklngBoots
Boots
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Win Hahn Gos GosTHREE CO Co19sERELIALESHOE 8 19141916 Pa Ave AveTHREE
THREE ERELIALESHOE RELIABLE SHOE SHO HOUSES 233 Pa Pal PLAVeS AveS E Ei EI
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I
SHIPBUILDING MEN ME MEIN IENIN I IIN
IN CONFERENCE HERE HERECompanies HERECQlI1paniPj IIEIIECompanir
Companies Would Save Something SomethingDisaster SomethingFrorrr Somethingoth
Frorrr oth Disaster Which Vbi h Overtook Overtookthe Qyei vertookthe ok okth
the th Late LateCombine LateCombinePresident LateCombinePresident Combine CombinePresident
President Orcutt of the Newport Newport17s j jJTSws
JTSws 8 Shipbuilding ShlpbuU lng Company Com > nnj and some someof Bomeotthesubordlnnta someof
otthesubordlnnta of the subordinate officers om ers of tho same sameconcern sam samconcern sameconcern
concern held h Jd an executive meeting m etlng at tho thoHotel tho1Iotel theJIoteL
Hotel Raleigh this I morning with the therepresentatives theroprtHIentatlves therepresentatives
representatives of four Our other companies companiesTho companiesTht companiesThti
Tho mooting mooUn began at 10 oclock and andcontinued andontlnued andcontinued
continued until late this afternoon afternoonThOBO afternoonThose j jThose
Those present declined to discuss the thematters themllttcrs thematters
matters which were talked over overbut but it itwaa ItWRI Itwas
was hinted that the shipbuilding com companies companies cornpanies ¬
panies arc getting gottlngready ready to try to save savesomething save80methlng savesomething
something out of the recent shipbuild shipbuilding shipbutldInS shipbuildlag ¬
InS combine wreck Charles Cramp of ofthe otthe Ofthe
the Philadelphia company was In the thecity theell thecity
city ell two days ago and h he met the rop ropresentativeu ropre raprese
resentativeu re rese entaUve tatives of several other companies companiesAnother companiesAnother companiesAnother
Another matter which was talked over overwas overwas overwas
was the probability of the passage of oftho ottho ofthe
tho ship subsidy bill which Is to be In Introduced Introduced Intraduced ¬
troduced at th the < i coming session sosstonof of Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress Representatives of the Newport NewportNews NewpoltNcws NewportNcwa
News Company also had a a conference conferencewith confereiTCowith conferencewith
with officers of the Navy Department Departmentconcerning Dopartmcntconcerning Departmentconcerning
concerning contracts for vessels now be being beIng being ¬
ing constructed constructedJust constructedJust constructedJust
Just what action is to be taken by b the thecompanies thecompanies thecomaniea
companies in the combine matter could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not bo learned today todayHAD todaYI todayHAD
I HAD LITTLE CARE FOR FORI
I 1000 DIAMOND BROOCH BROOCHMrs
Mrs Henrietta Stuart who lives at atthe atthe 1t 1tthe
the Portner reports to the police that thatthrough thatthroug thatthrougt
through her forgetfulness In leaving be behind behind behind ¬
hind a diamond broooh worth 1000 1000when 1000when 1000when
when se ie e went to Europe early In the theseason theseMon theseason
season she Is now minus that valuable valuablebit vaJuablebit valuablebit
bit of jewelry When far out at sea she shelooked sh shI shJooked shelooked I
looked for the bautle and could not find findIt fin finIt findit
It and then remembered that she had hadleft hadleU hadleft
left it at home in a drawer When cn she shereturned shereturned shereturned
returned it was gone goneREGULAR goneREGULAR gonethiik
thiik thiikV
V 7tANOKSTS 7tANOKSTSREGULAR
REGULAR 5598 5598SILK 598 598SILK 598SILK
SILK WAISTS WAISTSSPECIAL
5298 5298SPEOIAL
SPECIAL TOMORROW
150 Ladies Check Louisene LouiseneTaffeta LouiseneTaffeta LoulseneTaffeta
Taffeta Silk Waistsz Waists in blue blueand blueand blueand
and white brown and white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and black and white checks checksoffered checksoffered checksoffered
offered at this sensationally sensationallylow
low price because we hap happened happened happened ¬
pened to be on hand when whenthis whenthis whenthis
this big bargain turned up upTwelve upTwelve upTwelve
Twelve halfinchtucks haltinchtucksform haltinchtucksforming haltincbtucksorming brin brining ¬
ing yoke effect across the thesleeves thesleeves thesleeves
sleeves giving the desired desiredbroad desiredbroad desiredbroad
broad effect Trimmed down downfront downfront downfront
front with a twoinch i band bandof iandof > and andof
of silk Mexican drawn drawnwork drawnworklace drawnworklace work worklace
lace The sleeves are very veryfull veryfull veryfull
full and tucked across top topdown topdown topdown
down to turnup cuff Stock Stockcollar Stockcollar Stockcollar
collar to match with tabs tabsLined tabsLined tabsLined
Lined throughout and fin finished finished n nished ¬
ished in best dressmaker dressmakerfashion dressmakerfashion dressmakerfashion
fashion All sizes from 32 32to 32to 32to
to 44 These Theseregular Theseregular
regular 598 598Silk 598Silk 598SilkWaists
Silk SilkWaists SilkWaistsoffered Waists Waistsoffered Waistsoffered 2 98
offered tomorrow tomor tomorrow ¬ 1 1row
row at atGOLDENBERGS at6OLIIENBERGSJ 1 1GOLDEBBERGS
GOLDEBBERGS 7itl K KII K1 K1h
II r I IDays 12 12Days 2
Days to the theTlMES theTIMES
TIMES
I I Word Contest ContestI
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200 200Bn
Bn n Prizes
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESTHE NOTICESTHE NOTICESTHE
THE CORCORAN CORC O1AN GALLERY OF ART ARTSi ARTwill ARTwill
will reopen to the public on SUNDAY SUNDAYNOVE1MBER SUNDAYNOVEIMBEII
NOVE1MBER 1b1900 I 1900 nt 130 OCLOCK P Pand PL
Si L anu and win ivili vnl b0 oo e open every Sunday Sundaythereafter Sundaythereafter Sundaythereafter
thereafter at the same hour h ur until fur further further further ¬
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