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i THE WASHINGTON V SHIXHT N TIDIES TflrESFRIIAY FRIDAY AUGUST AUGUT261904 AU UST 26 1904
CHURCH CHURCHMEMBERS CHURCHMEMBERSRETfiRN MEMBERS MEMBERSRETURN
RETURN THE SPOONS SPOUNSPolice SPOONSPO1iCC
Police Held Up Trolley TlolleyPal TlolleyPalty Tar Tarty Taity ¬
ty for Ice Cream Man ManTOOK ManTOOK MaliTOOK
I
TOOK SILVER FOR SOUVENIRS SOUVENIRSBut
But Tradesman Asserted That He Had HadPaid HadPaid HadPaid
Paid Real Money for the Plate Plateand Plateand Plateand
and He Got It Back BackPLAINFIELD BackPLAINFIJ BackPLAINFILD
PLAINFIELD PLAINFIJ LD N J Aug AugkA M ILA A se select 8eIfct seIeet ¬
lect delegation from the congregation congregationof
of the Peddle Memorial Church of f New Jsewark Newark Newark
ark came em h IMre re OH a trolley ear I excur excursion excursion exeurdon ¬
sion don and anei wrninfl wnun < < up the outing with 1th a asession aBE810n aseaslon
session at It John Tiers Tter Ice cream saloon saloonBo 8floonEo saloonBo
Bo pleasant a a time did th tM church elturCl1mem elturCl1membf ehurchtniembers mem members ¬
bers bf > rs have there that they took Mr 11 Tier Tiersilver Tiers Tiers8l1v Terastver
silver 8l1v > r spoons to keep as souvenirs of the theorcraskm theo8 theoeeaalon
orcraskm orcraskmAfter o8 oeeaalonAfter 1on 1onACtt
After ACtt > r th the church party had gone the thewaiters theWIiItt18 thewaiters
waiters reported to Mr Tier that his sil silverware 811Ytrware stiVtrware ¬
verware the pride lde of his hl place had hadgone hadone hadgone
gone one too He did not try to reconcile reconcilehimself reconcihim reconeflehimsaif
himself him Jt to the loss by b meditating on the theunproved thelnlrov theunproved
unproved lnlrov adage the better the people peoplethe peoplethl peoplethe
the better the deed but hastened to ob obtain obtain obtam ¬
tain tam a more material satisfaction by byjailing b balJlng byalllng
jailing up police headquarters AnD de detailing detatUnG tietailIng ¬
tailing the facts factsCalled taelllCalled factsCalled
Called on Police PoliceChief Policehlel PoliceChief
Chief hlel Kiley at once hunted out a amounted amounte4 amounted
mounted policeman with orders to sur surround surround suriound ¬
round the church partys special s la1troney la1troneyar trolley trolleycar trolleyar
car ar which then was rattling rattlln merrily on ontoward ontoward ontoward
toward Newark t te the th clink clluk 11Uk of thsll thsllver thestltr thesliVer
ver tr spoons spoonsThe spoonsThe
trThl
The car was as overtaken at Wtchnng WtchnngAvenue WatchungAvenue VatehtmgAenue
Avenue and Patrolman HIggins li1 ng ordered orderedthe or orderedthe ered eredthe
the motorman to shut off the power powerand powerantI poweranti
antI the car came to a standstill standstillNow stant1 MandetillNow Un Unow
Now ow said the mounted policeman policemanlooking poUcemanlookln policemanlooking
looking lookln = up and down the trolley trona load loadgive lOAdIe loadglre
give Ie back those spoons you took took from fromTiers fromIlers fromAt
Tiers TiersAt IlersAt
At that several women became hye hysterical hyettrlcal hyeterleal ¬
terical and the men grew angry angr They Theyproceeded The Thevro Theyproceeded
proceeded vro < eoo d to ignore the policeman and andordered andrder1 andI
ordered I the motorman to go ahead aheadThis aheAdThis aheadThIs
This car doesnt doe nt move until you OU peo people py3pie pe pepie ¬
pie giveup glvUptbPll8S g1ve thp the ipous nwns 5 was wa the po poir poJlllmans poflemans
Jlllmans ir > emans only Onl comment eomme t
Yielded Reluctantly ReluctantlyNoting ReluctantlyNoting ReluctantlyNotIng
Noting that the car didnt dlfInt move the themen themen themen
men triad to explain awfiy awjty WILY the matter matterbut matterbut matterbut
but with little success Bucee s because some of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the women worn who Joined in the protesta protestations protesatlons proteeztions ¬
tions that they hadnt stolon anything anything1were anythingwpre anythtsgwere
were waving avlng their arms about spoons spoonsin spoonIn spoonsin
in their hands handsAs handsAs handsAs
As a last resort a Sunday school schoolteacher schoolteacher eboolteacher
teacher who Juts a local reputation as asa asn asa
a theologian tried to discuss dl cu8 the matter matteracademically matteratademleally matteraeademically
academically These spoons he said saidare sakiare saidare
are souvenirs We y0 are all members rf rfthe c cthe cCthe
the Peddle Memorial Chuoh Newark Newarke NewarkWe
We e never stole anything anythingMr anythingMr anythingMr
Mr Tier Tie arrived at that moment and andexplained andtxph andexplained
explained txph ned in a few wellchosen wencho en words wordsthat wor worthat wordsthat
that the spoons were silver that he had hadpaid hadpaid hadpaid
paid for them with real money mone and andthat ant antthat ai aithat
that moreover If they were not return returned returntd returned ¬
ed forthwith the whole party should be betaken betaken betaken
taken to beadquarters searched search e < l and andlocked andlocked andlocked
locked up upAfter upAfter
After a slight delay occasioned ocea toned by the thefact thefact thefact I
fact that one woman had hdden h dden a poon spoonso
so 0 that a a series of Intricate Intr1C fl1 maneuver maneuverwas manuverwad llm lyel lyelwa
wa was required to get It out ou t the sjxx sOOns sOOnswere oons oonswere > na nawere
were returned returnedDEPENDED returnedDEPENDED returnedOEPEMDED
DEPENDED ON PRAYER PfitfERThe PRAYERINSTEAO PRAYER1N8TE
INSTEAO 1N8TE OF PHYSICIAN PHYSICIANrhe
The he Deputy Coroner Thinks Medical LledicalAid MedicalAid medicalAid
Aid Might Have Saved Philadelphia PhiladelphiaWomanTs PhiladelphiaWOIIUlns PhiladelphiaWomans
WomanTs Life LifePHILADELPHIA L LifePHILADELPHIA e ePHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA Aug 36 In dispos disposing disposIng < < 1Jsposlng ¬
ing of the ease o se of Mrs Susan F Gunt Guntlow Cunt10w Guntosv
low osv of 1884 West Wl t Oakdale Street who whodied whodIMl whodied
died Wednesday after having depended dependedupon depended11pon dependedupon
upon prayer Instead of a physician to tosave toIIveher tosave
save IIveher her life John S Hammond chief chiefdeputy cblefdeputy cldeideputy
deputy coroner oner declared yesterday that thathe thathe thatbe
he believed death would have been beent beenaerted beenaverted
t averted had the woman called Ied a phy phyBiclan phyBielan physiclart
Biclan to attend her herMrs herMrs herMrs
Mrs Guntlows husband Mid kI she had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been in poor health for ten t or twelve twelveyears twelveears tweYayears
years ears but did not beoome seriously 111 111until muntil HIuntil
until last Ja t Thursday He declared that thatout thatout thatout
out of respect re pect for her belle in faith faithcure taUbcure fittcure
cure no jihytfqlan jJh hyskIan n w WM called to attend attendher attndher atteidher
her but that mambanr x rnbei or the eongr eongrgation eagrgation ngr ngrEaton
gation to which she he belonged belcmg had prayed prayedlor JK1iyed10r prayedfor
for her
Offered a t Prayer PrayerAmbrose PfayerAmbroeeCIal1 PrayerAmbrose
Ambrose AmbroeeCIal1 Clark of BrJdgeton Drl geton N J Jadmitted Jadmitted Jadmitted
admitted that he had ha offered up a a atoral pas pastoral palltoral ¬
toral prayer P aY8r for the woman bat b t de denied denied dsflied ¬
nied that he advised her not to have a aphysician aphysicIAn aphysician
physician physicianIn
In answer to a question th the witne witnedeclared witness witnessdeclared 1tae 1taedeclared
declared he believed cure CU cures could be ef eflected efreeted efected
lected ected by prayer prayerSuppose prayerSupy
Suppose Supy you fell and broke your yourleg yOth1eg1 yoUrleg
leg 1eg1 suggested surie tecl Chief Deputy Ham Hammond Hammond Hammood ¬
mond mondCUrk mondCLvk moodClark
Clark said Id he could not meet eet with withsuch withJluch withsuch
such an accident and quoted from the
Bible Dlbl the following Whom hom the Lord
loveth He watched watehetkTbe over overThe orerTije
The Jury decided that Mrs Guntlows Guntlow1ath
death was I as due to tOPlWUflOfli tOPlWUflOfliYOUNG pneumonia pneumoniaYOUNG 1leu nJa nJaYOUNG
YOUNG CIVIL ENGINEER ENGINEERSHOOTS ENGINEERSHOOTS ENGINEERSHOOTS
SHOOTS HIMSELF DEAD DEADUNIOK DEADI DEADUNION
UNION I ION S C Aug SEvldently Evidently tir tired tired Ured ¬
ed of life D C Farmer a young dvi dvitnclnwr CIVIC CIVICengineer < < vif vifengineer
engineer acting chief commissary cleric clericfor c1e11cfor clerkfor
for Russell A Xlllebrew KfI brew railroad n lroad con contractors tntractors n nt ¬
tractors t blew out his brain with withrevolvH A Arevolver a arevolver
revolver at a hotel at Carlisle > fourteen fourteenmiles fourteenmiles fourteenmiles
miles from here hereFifteen hrefltteet1 hereFifteen
Fifteen minutes before bffo the pistol shot shotwi shotlNalll shotWss
wi heard he lead been talking talkl to some 80
friends and appeared well and In goo gooBptrttM good IfOCMltlplrttll goodsp4rlts <
BptrttM The only messages m etI left were
two notes as follows folio folioIecraph
THegraph Iecraph Room rt Russell at Union
that I have killed myself D C Farmer Farmern Partnersn
sn on > n of H D Farmer Aliendale S C CsItraph CS CTelgraph
sItraph Telegraph H D 1armer AJtendala AJndalSTEAMSHIP AilendalSTEAMSHIP
6 lJ lJSTEAMSHIP
STEAMSHIP MANCHURIAS MANCHURIASLIFE MANCHURIASLIFE MANCHURIASLIFE
LIFE BELTS WORTHLESS WORTHLESSSAN
SAN AN FRANCISCO Aug 26 STbe STbesteamablp 2gThesteamship The Thesteamship
steamship Manchuria the monster new newliner newIlnpr newliner
liner of the Pacific P cllle Mail aJl Steamship Com Company Company Cornpuny ¬
pany has ha bn n Inspected In 4tCted by b city t In JnBpectors InlJptCtun Inspecters
specters preparatory to her Initial Initialcruise Initialcrul8e Initialcruise
cruise to th the Orient Bight hundred life Itfepr lifepreserver ttepr
pr preserver s > rvers were War found to b be worthies worthiesand Wi worthiesoand rtblMe rtblMeand
and were rejected rejectedThese lCJect8dThWM rictadThese
These lifepreservers had the stamp
10 O K IC of N New tw York inspector Ia tMeton aWl till
fresh fr upon them tMRIt thnit655
t t655 65 SrzS 5 San Francisco and Return ReturnXia RIhurnVIa ReturnVia
VIa Chesapeake Olkct and OMo 011 root lGUM Ttek Tickets Tickets210W t tnow
now ea safe Ie Llllmlt Liberal limit lIutI said mopevwr scpctr3tIY11ege P4tH P4tHr1vn
3tIY11ege r1vn clIl
New Sect to t Worship WorshipThe WorshipThe WorshipThe
The Gods of Mythology MythologyApostle
Apostle of Pantheism Pleads for Funds to toErect toErect tolErect
Erect a Pantheon in the City of London LondonAn LondonAn LondonAn
An Orator of Humble Origin
LONDON Ana Au W 2tI I will build buildtemple a atemlle atenilIe
temple In London dedicated to all the thegods theKOCIs thegods
gods and it shall > > hnll be called IIec1 the Pan Pantheon PanthOll Pantheon ¬
theon like the ancient fabric of that thatname thatuame thatname
name at Rome Rom It Within lthln this edifice 1 1and 1and 1and
and my 10 followers shall worship all the thebeautiful thebeautlCul thebeautiful
beautiful gods and goddesses Kod e5tJe8 of myth mythology mthology mythology ¬
ology ologyThis ologyThis ologyThIs
This cannot b be done without lthout money moneyI mone
1 am not a rich man On the aontrary eontrar I In Iam Iam
am n a poor preacher preaeh r T mean all true truepreechers truepreechers truepreachers
preechers are poor But some of you youare youare ou ouare
are encumbered with wealth It is to toyou toyou toyou
you I must look for the earthly oarthl means meansto meansto meansto
to erect this thl great tabernacle Lucre IB IBnot 15not Ianot
not filthy nlth when put to such high and andlioiy ItndhOlY andhoty
hOlY uses usesLet usesLet usesLet
Let me have JC2WO to start with withYou withy withYou
You y can all join the Pantheistic sect I Iam IAm Isin
am founding and I can safely guaran guarantee guarantee guarantee ¬
tee you ou 6 I per cent interest Test Te > > t me meby meb meby
by b trusting trustln me meApostle meApostle meApostle
Apostle Ernest ErnekIn Erne t tIn
In reassuring reR8 urlng words to this effect the theapostle tIleapo theapoetle
apostle apo tle of o Pantheism P nUclsm whose baptlnmal baptlnmalname baptlflmalname baptlnmalname
name IK 1 Ernest Maryon addressed his hishandful hishandeul hishandful
handful of o adherents Adher nts at Cavendish CavendishRooms CaendlshRoaml CavendishRooms
Rooms Mortimer Street He will willInue 111 con conJnue connue
Jnue nue his appeals for four weeks having havingengaged ha1nlen haVIngengaged
engaged en ged the rooms In advance advanceThe advanceThe advanceThe
The apostle is an 8 orator of humble humbleorigin hum hum1eori1n lc lcorlzln
origin For years ears he haM harangued haranguedcasual haranguedcasual haranguedcasual
casual congregations under a spreading spreadingchestnut spreadingchestnut spreadingchestnut
chestnut tree in Hyde Park talking as asa asa asa
a rule over their heads Il > ads He has an ex exalted exalted oxsited ¬
alted mien standing six feet four inches inchesin InchesIn inchesin
in his shoes shoesi shoesWhEn shornWhen
i When expounding the doctrines of ofPantheism orPantheism ofPantheIsm
Pantheism the apostle stands on the theside thef1kle thetkle
side steos of the platform attired in in a aflowing aflowln aflowing
flowing flowln crimson robe fastened with a agirdle agirdle agirdle
girdle and resampling res respnbling bllng a rather gaudy gwudydressing gaudydrtS8lng gaudYdresaliig
dressing gown Indeed there are doubts doubtswhether doubtswhether doubtswhether
whether it does not serve > > both purposes purposesDivinity pU1JOSt8Divinity purposesDivinity
Divinity in the Disc DiscHis DiscHis DiscHis
His ashen expressionless exnre eloni face throws throwsa
a spell over a certain class of o intellects intellectswho Intellectswho intellectswho
who are content to t take preachers at attheir attheir attheir
their own estimate For the better part partof partoC partof
of an hour the apostle of all the gods
WHITE CAPS AP8 SET SETRACE SETRACE SETRARE
RACE COURSE IN l PANIC PANICThieves PANIGThieves PAIGThieves
Thieves Use Explosives to Rob the theBookmakers theBookmakers theBookmakers
Bookmakers at Hawthorne HawthorneThree HawthorneThreePersons HawthorneThreePersons Three ThreePersons
Persons Hurt HurtCHICAGO HurtCHICAGO HurtCHICAGO
CHICAGO Aug X IIn In a panic ft t the theHawthorne theHathorne theHawthorne
Hawthorne race track yesterday three threeparsons threepers threepersons
parsons pers ns were hurt by b explosions exp oslons of dy dynamite dynamite dynamite ¬
namite caps scattered about the floor floorof flooroC floorof
of the betting ring One person I6r on was wasknocked Wasknocked wasknocked
knocked down In the panic and two twoothers twoothers twoothers
others were struck by flying splinters splintersThe splintersThe splintersTue
The injured InJuredare are Frank Williams race racetrack racetrack racetrack
track character ch racter known as Dakota Jack Jackleft Jacklert Jackleft
left foot lacerated by splinters spUn ten Mitchell MitchellBruno MitchellBruno UtchenBruno
Bruno former race track employe right rightfoot rightCOOtace rightfooLktcemted
foot COOtace fooLktcemted Jaceratedi ted A Ayoaroiu4uisitor McGUW MeQJ iJctytwo iJctytwoyeftri I ty C CYettrJoolll
yeftri YettrJoolll yoaroiu4uisitor eld vlsitor at track s sTere rere scalp scalpwound scalpWound scalpwound
wound and bruises bruisesIt brutcelt
It is thought tho dynamite caps which whichexploded whichexploded whichexploded
exploded were thrown about the Dotting Dottingrinff ottlng ottlngring ottingring
ring by thieves who Intended to rob robthe robthe robthe
the bookmakers In the excitement excitementAn
An attempt to rob the cash cttshbqx bqx of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Chicago Club was frustrated fru trated by h one oneof Qneor oneof
of those working In the booth A Aman Aman Aluau
man leaped upon the booth a and d was waspushed wupushed waspushed
pushed down H He made mad a second at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to reaoh the cash box and na 3 his hishand hisband hisband
band was about to grasp a number of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the bills the clerk struck him him in the theface thetace theface
face He escaped escapedWhile e escapedWhile caxred caxredVhIJa
While the men In the betting ring ringwere ringwere ringwere
were scrambling for a place of safety safetythe Kfltet Kfltetthe safetythe
the women who were sitting above in inthe Inthe inthe
the grand stand became excited and andrushed andruahed andrushed
rushed from the east end to the west westend westcmd westend
end of the grand stand standThe MtandTh standThe
The Th bookmakers seized their cash oafthboxes GlUthboxes cashboxes
boxes and bent low in their booths boothswhile boothlwhile boothswhIle
while the th persons per ons in the ring rushed rushedpanicstricken rushadJNl rushedpanicstricken
panicstricken JNl lo trlcken to the south side of the thegrand nltigrand tuegrand
grand stand land Outside Out lde the structure the thesecond theeecond theoscond
second explosion occureU as they theyreached theyreached theyreached
reached that side sideBULL sideBULL sideBULLHGTE
BULL BULLHGTE FIGHTER KILLS KILLSTHE KILLSTHE KILLSTE
THE NEPHEW PE OF DIAZ DIAZThey DIAZThey DIALThey
They Fought It Out Over a Senorita Senoritaand Senoritaand Senoritaand
and Younger Man Was WasSlain WasSlain WasSlain
Slain SlainGALVESTON SlainGALVESTON SlainGALVESTON
GALVESTON Texas Aug 2f SLast SLastht Last Lastnight Lastisight
night ht at JK I Paso Puu Texas Te aa Petra Diaz Diaznephew DlazneJhew Diaxnephew
nephew of President Dies of Mexico Mexicoand MexicoaDel Mexicoand
and Pedro Rodriguez Rodrt < < uez became embroiled embroiledIn
In a quarrel over 0 a senorita norlta and Petra Petrawas P Potrawas tra traWall
was stabbed to death by ill ids rival rivalImmediately 11a1Immediately rivalImmediately
Immediately after the affair the mur murderer murerer mur4erer ¬
derer erer escaped e c lJCl to the Mexican xlcau side of the theriver Uwrlver thcriver
river and wan on his hi way to the moun mountain mountain rnoutlain ¬
tain fastnesses in the Sonora country countrywhen countrywhen oun tr trwhen
when he was wa captured by b ty Mexican ru rurales ni niral rurales
rales ral assisted by two RI Paix > officers officersAs OmCtorAs omcerAs
As the murder was committal eommlt l in ttu ttuUnited tll tllUlllt tiitLnltid
United Ulllt SUUa Stet it will be itc jt Iessary iH Ntr < ry to toextradite tt ttextradite toextradite
extradite him himDiaz himDJaz himDlaz
Diaz was a favorite with all Ji II who knew knewhim knewblrn knewhim
him His assailant ae allant was a bull tighter tighterfrom fihtltrolll flgiitcrfrom
from from the Pueola neighborhood neighborhoodWOMANS neiKhborhoodWOMANS neighborhoodWOMANS
WOMANS OPINION OF WOMEN WOMENDo WOMENjDo
jDo Do you mind my saying Ing what I Ithink II II
I I think of I lAdy ady Blantwk and her daugh daughter daughter daughI ¬
I ter terT Inquired Molly with Yo th the me meek meekeetnea inesksweetness K Ksweetness
sweetness eetnea of a coaxing coa In child Perhaps PerhalulI
I owghntnt oughstn1t but it would wUl be a relief to tomy tomy tumy
my feellmjw feellmjwI feell feellI
I wonder It it would ould iw I to mine mineI mintI
I remarked n > marke impersonally I addressing addressingthe addr hlg hlgthe
the ancient t taieatry > try on th th1l ha ouitOMitf oPl 4ppesltewall ouitOMitfwait ltIt ltItwall
wall waitJ wallJet
J Jet > t us try and see ee persisted Molly MollyCalculating Mol MollyCalculating I ICalculatlnK
Calculating Cats There if Its out I Iwouldnt Iwouldnt Iwouldnt
wouldnt have haY e eten < < tn < their old dinner dinnerexcept tlhm dlniterexcOpt r rexc
except exc to nJwuM pi you ou Ive J vt known them themonly th tilefilonly n nonly
only thirteen days d y but I could have havexald huwald havesaid
said ald the same thing when Id known knownthem knownlhem knowiithem
them thirteen minute Indeed Im not notsure noturf notsure
sure urf I did not way y it to Jack Did I or ordid ordid ordid
did 1 not Ughtiiing I gbtninIC Conductor Conductoryou CondlletoY Conthetorr ConthetorrYou
you Y ou did ld replied rpll 1 the person tm IMdrH Uthires4eu ire > 4 4ed 4fCI
ed eu answering with a smile to the name namewhich nulUwhich nato natowhich
which he h had earned in playing the part partof IHirtlOt Inrtof
lOt of Molly Randolph thauffeur In the themaking tlt tltmalchll themaking
making of their love story storyWomen storyWomen tory
Women omen always know things thln about aboutdont ahuutcaeh sistutSCII
caeh SCII otherthe sort ort or 1hlnJ thins the others other14dont othersdont
I dont want them tb to know kno Molly 011 went wenton wenton wenton
on I but ft there th re is no use in our OU warning warningmen warnltKmen warnin warninteen
men who 1Iu think Hwy are ar In love with withCalculating withJ wit witCalculating
Calculating calCU laUn Cat Cats because they t > would w ld be becertain tkr b bcertAin
certain r tAln we are jealous Of course CC I Ishouldnt IhooMnt Ishouldnt
shouldnt cay this hie to you OU Lord Lane if ifyou Iffou Ifyou
J you fou hadnt taken lak HMI into your conn connd con con44JDee confiq011
d 44JDee q011 nee a UttieUNU Itt IIUI0thSL night e of f my firM liratL llr t tLettdaft
L Lettdaft M lon < ball
pours down hi his doctrine while the theyoung theoung theyoung
young oung man in charge of the piano pl no nods noilsIn nodsin la laIn
In imminent danger of Injuring his fore forehead forehood forehead ¬
head against the keyboard keyboardHe ke keyboardlIe < 1JOAr 1JOArHe
He is not a fully developed de lop d Pantheist Pantheistyet Panthehtot Pantheistyet
yet ot only onl a Maryonolte so far The Thepreacher Thepreacheor Thupreacher
preacher turns his eyes e ES to two half halfpenny haltpenn halfpenny ¬
penny penn candles that flicker on either eftheLslde eftheLsldeor eitiiegideoCt alde aldeof
of oCt n winged disc discThat discThat
That winged disc he h says S repre represents represents ¬
sents the soyl and when It is elevated elevatedon
on the altar it represents Supreme SupremePower SupremePOWH SupremePower
Power PowerHe POWHH PowerBe
He H hails the disc dl < ax a prince among amongth IImongthe amongthe
th the universe of souls The audience audiencelooks audiencelooks
looks look frightened wondering what he Is Isgoing Isgoing isgoing
going to say next nextThe rwxtThe nextThe
The wings of the disc remind him himof himof
of the pigeons that have been condemn condemned ¬
ed by b the medical officer of health u > alth for forthe Corthe forthe
the city of London LondonI
I love nil creeping and all flying flyingthings flYingthings flingthings
things These birds were human beings beingsin belngMIn beingsin
in their former state You may ma be bepigeons beIJigeon bepigeons
IJigeon pigeons in your our next state Therefore Thereforeit
it l behoove us to respect re lloct all creatures creaturesIn
In the temple 1 am going to bull bullthere buH buHthere buWIthere
there will be a tower set apart for birds birdspigeons birdsplgeon8 binlapigeons
pigeons sea gulls crows sparrow sparrownlost sparrowlost sparrowslost
lost canaries lost parrots let He Hehad Hehad 1lehad
had almost said Let am all come comebut comebut comebut
but stifled the slang phrase in Us in infancy lafanc iufancy ¬
fancy fanc
Possibilities of Pantheist PantheistDuring PZlntheistDuring PantheistDuring
During the service rlce there are prayers prayersand prayersand
I and hymns to suit the Pantheistic creed creedThe cr crThe creedThe
The following foUowl g may ma be given as a speck specimen 81 speckmen C Cmen ¬
men menI menI menI
I am a human being now nowAnd nowAnd nowAnd
And walk about the street streetBut st1 itdtBut t tBut
But when I die I may lOa retuVn retuVnA rtuJA retutnA
A worm without my m feet feetThe feetThe feetTile
The little gnat that bites your yourAnd now nowAnd n nAmI
And makes it swell with paint paintMay Ita palnbMay In InMI1Y
May 1 he > as great ret as Caesar when whenit wltenIt whenIt
it dies and lives again againChorus aGhChorus againChorus
Chorus ChorusO
O isnt it wonderful wonderfulWonderful wonderfulonderful wonderfulWonderful
Wonderful onderful wonderful wonderfulO
O isnt it wonderful wonderfulTo wonderfulro
ro be a Pantheist PanthoistThe PnthelstThe PantheistThe
The Maryenett Mar 8nettes s numbered about aboutfifty abcUlftCly aboutfifty
fifty at last Sundays Sunda s service and one oneof en enof ne neot
of their number said yesterday ye terday there therewere thtrtW8re thereware
were a lot of gentry in the room and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two Indian princes prlncl No charge was wasmade wasmadeonly wasmadeonly
made madeonly only a collection at the close c1o closeMURDEDER e
MURDERER ANXIOUS AMXIOUSTO TO
WORK Oll ON GALLOWS GALLOWSLet
Let Me Help He Says to Sheriff SheriffWhen SheriffWhen SheriffWhen
When He Hears Carpenters CarpentersPounding CarpentersPounding CarpentersPounding
Pounding PoundingCLT2ABFIELD PoundingCLEARFIELD PoundingCLEARFIELD
CLEARFIELD Pa Aug SThough SThoughhe Though Thoughhe Thoughhe
he is to be b hanged next Thursday John JohnaU JohnWilliams i iWilliams
Williams alias aU as Black Spot 81 > ot the negro negromurderer nebTOmurelerer negromurderer
murderer is apparently the happiest happiestman happl6ftman happiestman
man in the county Jail He H sings and andeats andeats andeats
eats twice as much as any al other pris prisoner prisoner rl rlonere ¬
oner onerToday onereTOOu onerToday
Today TOOu when he heard heardthQ tho carpenters carpenterspoundingr carpet8fBpounding s spounding
pounding in the construction con tructlon of the scaf scaffold seattold scaffold ¬
fold on which he Is to be hanged han1 he hebegged hebe hebogged
begged be Red of Sheriff Staver that he be per permitted permitted permittod ¬
mitted to go out t and help build it Iliarequest USBrequ6 Ills Illsrequest
request requ6 t was refused refusedUp roCusedUp refusedUI
Up UI to last week Black Black Spot was ten tenroratrlcken terlmrstricken e eror8trlcken
roratrlcken at the thought that his hisbody blsbody hisbody
body would be turned over to the State StateAnatomical StateAnatomical StateAnatomical
Anatomical Society for dissection dl 8ectlon He Hehad Hehad lIehad
had written to his father at Greenbrier GreenbrierVa GreenbrierVa GreenbrlerVa
Va begging that his body bOd be claimed claimedand cJmedand clatmedand
and taken home and burled Ko reply to tothe tothe tothe
the letter was received receivedThen receivedThen receivedThen
Then Deputy Sheriff Carlisle CltrlJ le wrote ex explaining explaining oxplalnfng ¬
plaining that if formal application were weremade weremade weremade
made for the body bod the county would wouldpropay wouldprepay wouldprepay
prepay all express expre charges buy a coffin coffinand coffinAnd coffinand
and prepare the body for burial burialTo burialTo burllTo
To this letter the father of Black uBlackSpot BlackSpot BlackSpot
Spot replied saying that I Je e was wa too toopoor toopoor toopoor
poor to pay any of the expenses ex but butthat butthat butthat
that if the body were ere sent to him he hewould bewould hewould
would give it Rood burial This rhl news newsmade nfw nfwmado newsmade
made Black Spot happy bliifI and he asked askedSheriff A8ke A8keSherlrr askedSheriff
Sheriff Staver to hurry hurr the job so that it itwould Itwould Itwould
would soon be bt over overAFTER ov overAFTER r rAFTER
AFTER A WILD HAWK HAWKGIRL HAWKGIRL HAWKGIRL
GIRL KILLED MOTHER MOTHERCOV1NGTON MOTHERCOVINGrON MOTHERCOVINCTON
COV1NGTON Tenn Aug 36 iWhile iWhileattcmvtln While Whileattempting WhIleattemptln
attempting to kill a hawk which was washovering washovering a ahovering
hovering over the chicken on the tl farm farmseventeenyearold farmeventeenyearold farmseventeenyearold
seventeenyearold Annie Purcell Pllre 1l acci accidentally acddentally accidentally ¬
dentally discharged the contents of a ashotgun ashotgun
shotgun the entire load lo w1 passing through throughthe throu1fhthe throughthe
the body of her mother Mrs R H Per Piircell Prcell Percell
cell standing ftandJn near by Death Df > ath was w in instantaneous Instantantotic ¬ I IBtantantOte
stantaneous tnd fear te expressed eXr ed for forthe forthe forthe
the daughters mental condition conditionBLAZING conditionBLAZING conditionBLAZING
BLAZING METEOR FALLS FALLSIN FALLSIN FALLSIN
IN STATE OF MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPILUXENBERG MISSISSIPPILU1ENBERG MISSISSIPPILPNENBERG
LUXENBERG Miss Iss Aug MHu MHudredi 2GHtlndr 26Hutsdreds
dredi dr 1oJ of people > witnessed a m mdonC mdonCdlplay inIoilcdisplay < leoriC leoriCdisplay
display last night about 0 oclock oclockA
A waving living streaking name or bltz bl bLze of ofMulsh orlIIuh ofbluish
bluish color wan followed by an almost almostimmediate llnlCMtimmlldllit tiniostInimsdhtto
immediate and brilliant Illumination IlluminationIt
It 1 t resembled rt tmbhd an immense inlmetu akyriekot akyriekotand skyrekanti krwkt krwktI
and proved pro tj to be a meteor which hi wu wufound WItound WtRfound
I found ai l an au early eari > arly hour tliis t llis is moriun moriunIt mOIlHnIt moinnIt
It was wa va still inunsely ho wt
U DIE DUKE EiTAD EiTADTO IS MED MEDTO SLATEDTO
TO GO TO Cft CftMarlborongh CANADA CANADAlHllborongh CANADAillariborougli
Marlborongh Likely to Sac Succeed Su Suceed Sacceed ¬
ceed Lord Minto MintoCURIOSITY ill MintGCURIOSITYAS into intoCURIOSITY
CURIOSITY CURIOSITYAS AS TO VICEREINE VICEREINEConsuelo VICEREINEConsuelo VICEREINEConsuelo
Consuelo Nee Vanderbilt Will Be the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First American to Fill the Posi Posisition PosisitionChoice PosisitionChoice
sition sitionChoice Choice Approved ApprovedI ApprovedFthAY
I +
FthAY I MAY lIIA Y RUN CANADA I I
DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH MARLBOROUGHRumored MARLUOROUGHRumored MARLPOROUGHRumored UU I
Rumored That He Will Succeed Lord LordMinto LordMinto LordMinto
Minto as Governor of the theDominion theDominion theDominion
Dominion DominionOTTAWA DominionOTTA DominionOTTAWA
OTTAWA OTTA Y A Ontario Aug 26 26It It la s be believed belIee beIleved ¬
lieved lIee here her that the Canadian state etat de department department dopertment ¬
partment has been given to understand understandthe under understandthe tard tardthe
the Due Du ce of Marlborough will be the thenext thenoxt thenext
next c gcavernor vernor general of Canada CanadaOttawa CanadaOttawa CanadaOtta
Ottawa Otta a Is looking forward with Inter Interest Interest Intereat ¬
est to the first American vicereine at atRideau atRIdeau atRideu
Rideau Hill HillIt HlIIIt HillIt
It is expected that saph seth h an n appoint appointment awoantment appointrilent ¬
ment would In a II special spo i l way have bav mv a afavorable ar afavorable
favorable r rab1e effect upon the good g Od relations rrkukrnof rrlatiuntllof
of the United States and Canada CanadaThe CanadAThe CanadaThe
The duke dukol is known flOwfl to have been qual qualifying quaifying IUalti ¬
ifying ti Ing for ot tl ti5 post ost Iate eotontal eo4ot l of ofhcc orn ofiiok
hcc hccLord n iiokLord k kLord
Lord Minto Unto will not sail for some someweeks 80m 80mweks someweeks
weeks yet He is I going West e t H He pro proposes proposes proposes ¬
poses to emulate the equestrian perform performances potronnances performancos ¬
ances ances of some American public men menHa men menHe menHe
He will rid ride from rom Edmonton to 3Ap 0 QAppeile < 3Appelle Ap Appelle
pelle on horseback a distance lttta of t tmile M9 M9miles 6 6miles
miles He will 111 have a small escort e cort of ofNorthwest oCNorthw ofNorthwest
Northwest Northw t Mounted Police PoliceThe PoUeeIhe PoliceThe
The country ta not unfamiliar to him himas himas himas
as he was ever ver it In the halfbreed re rebellion rehemon rehellion ¬
hellion In 1 1Si6 C6 as a member of General GeneralMIddletons OeDfral1fddletons GeneralMiddletons
MIddletons staff staffKENTUCKY stafrKENTUCKY staffKENTLliIIY
KENTUCKY ELOPERS ELOPERSTOWEL ELOPERSTRAVEL ELOPERSTAYEL
TOWEL ALL NIGHT NIGHTAngry NIGHTAngry 1GT 1GTAngry
Angry Father Pursues Them and andSwers andSweers andSwears
Swears Vengeance When He Learns LearnThey LearnsThey LearnsThey
They Have Married MarriedCARROLL IyIarriedC ItlarriedCAR1tQLIJFO
CARROLL C CAR1tQLIJFO RR9LIr Ky Kr Au 44eg < < 11After 11Afterat After Afterait Aft r rUI
ait at allnight anIr ride 1 + tIe Owen Ow Oalnes aine and Miss MissKnola Jd Missnola M M1Inol
Knola 1Inol nola Mac Parker of Stamping Ground GroundW Gruundmarried GroundWUre
WUre W re married at the X McatOIp 4ome K House Housein HGU8In ILoutsin
in Ghent title t county ount at 4 oclock III inthe IIIth iiithe
the th mornln mornlnThe mornr mornrIbt nornhg nornhgFhe
The father of oi the bride bdde rode 104 all night nightchasing nightbaln nightchasing
chasing baln < < the U cout cou r He got on the wron wronroad Yornrroad wrong wrongroad
road for three hours hut about S oclorx oclorxlearned ocln oclnhmed ochelearued
learned ti tIal > at the couple uple were headed this thUway thl thlwa thiswai
way wayJust wa wai wailttst
waJut
Just after 01 n te tor > r the lh c cremony renK > ny y was Yo perform performed uerfornued ¬
ed hf and hit foamcovered thorough thoroughbred thoroughbred thoroughbred ¬
bred appeared al ared He Hewa was we told that the theceremony thterenony theceremony
ceremony was over and that the bride bridami brldtAnu brideann <
ann bridegroom had lost le l no time in get getting Ktltin gittlni ¬
ting tin tlni away awayTho awavIhf awayIhe
Tho Ihf > irs irate t > pireiil Immediately resumed resumedthe roItll11tdI resumedthe
the I chase h declaring I that a nJ l ida in daughter itauxhtfrIK UJ UJhody
IK not U1 ii near ar the lii IfKalnKf lgal a ag and that h some somebody seInelot ¬
body lot h ht < l bvn guilty guilt ullt of perjury
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I l and tonic tic on theraarket the market today is S S S Sis SThere SThere
There is hardly a man woman or child in America who whohas whoI whohas
I has not heat heard J of 18 S S S foe tho blood It is a standard remedy remedyand remedyand remedyand
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I ished condition of the blood nothing acts so promptly and effectually as asS asS asS
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I THE SWiFT SPECIFIC GO ATLANTA GA
1 >
ICATHOLICS CATHOLICS MUST USE USECHURCH USECHURCH I ICHURCH
CHURCH SCHOOLSONLY SCHOOLSONLYArchbishop Y YAr
Archbishop Ar hbishop of Cincinnati Writes Episcopal l Letter to toChurches toChurches toChurches
Churches of His Diocese
CINCINNATI Aug 26 COn On Sunday Sundaymorning Sundllymorning Sundaymorning
morning next there thor will ba b read from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the pfilpits p lplts of all the Catholic churches churchesin
in this this diocese a circular letter from fromArchbishop CromArcllblhp fromArelubisliop
Archbishop Elder lder ordering that the thechildren thechllt1ren thechildren
children of Catholic parent be sent sentonly aentonl sentonly
only onl to the > Catholic schools sch1 Among Amongother Amongother Amongother
other things the letter lett r says saysIn saysIn saysIn
In places where there In I a a Catholic Catholicschool CathollcIiChool Catholicschool
school parents are obliged under the thepain thepain thepain
pain of mortal sin to send their chil children children children ¬
dren to If L This hls rule holds good ood not notonly notonly notonly
only in case se of children who have not notyet nltyot notyet
yet made their theIr first communion but also alsoin alsoIn alsoin
in case of those who have received it itA ItI itA
A neglect of the rules is made n mat matEffort matHINT matll1NTAT
I
HINT ll1NTAT AT ASSASSINATION ASSASSINATIONTO A88A881NATIOTO
TO DYE OUT NEGROES NEGROESEffort
Effort Made Ma e to Drive Mail Clerk From FromGlaremont FromOlaremont FromClaremont
Claremont Division of South Southern SouthI Southern
I
ern em Railroad RailroadRICHMOND RailroadRICHMOND RailroadRICHMOND
RICHMOND Va iAug Aug 26 IiA A con concerted concorted concorted ¬
corted effort Is being bolngmade made by the white whiteemployes whUeemploQ8 whiteemployrn
employes of the Claremont division of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Southern S uthern Railway to drive out all allnegroes al1netToe allnegroes
negroes netToe on that line including the negro negromail negromall negromail
mail qlerk lerk who is especially obnoxious
to them themHe themHe
He is the man from whom a white whitei whiteemploye whiteemploye
i employe refused to receive the mail bag I
I Several white men were ere dismissed dlsml ed from fromi
i the road in consequence consequencei oonsequenceThe OOflSeqUonceThe
i The rend now has to employ a negro
brakeman to receive the mall His bed bedi
i Is not one of roses One has just re ret reslgnoo
t l signed in consequence con cquence of receiving a let
ter bearing a coffin and threatening lan language Ianguageput language
guage guageput but another has taken his place placebeen plac
It Is said tlat Iat a determination has
been reached by b the whites to compel
the Government to get rid of o the negro negromoil negromrnl negromall I
moil clerk clerkIt clerkIt Ierk IerkIt
It is even eVQulUl5erted asserted that if it does not notagree notagree notagree
agree to dispense with 1th his services his histenure histenure
tenure of life is not likely to be long
FUNERAL OF MRS ONEILL
Mrs rrs Mary Iary A ONeill wife of o William WilliamONell WilliamONeil nUam nUamONeil
ONeil a clerk In the War Department Departmentdied Deparlm4NItdied Departmentdied
died on Wednesday Vednuda at her home 2719 7tIiJ W P PStreet PStreet PStreet
Street after a long illness Mrs 118 ONeill ONeillcame ONeillame ONeillcame
came ame to Georgetown from Massachu Massachusetts MaseechuseLLs IafHHtchusetts ¬
setts and has resided here for over overtwenty ov overtwenty = r rtwent
twenty twent years Besides her husband one onegrown CInegrown onegrown
grown son survives The funeral will willtake wJ1ltake willtake
take place tomorrow morning At Atoclock S > > 3t 3toclock 3Qoclock
oclock short services erlc will be held at ather ather ather
her late home after which the remains remainswill rmtnswill remtnswill
will be removed to Holy Trinity Catho Catholic CathoIIc Catholie ¬
lie Church where vher requiem mass will be becelebrated bectlebratod becelebrated
celebrated over the remains The in interment Interment Intermeht ¬
terment will be at Holy Rood Cemetery Cemeteryat Cemetfr Cemetfrat
at the intersection of Thirtysecond and andThirtyfifth andThlrtyfiUh andThirtyfifth
Thirtyfifth Strts Str ls northwest northwestSILVER northwetltSILVER northwestSILVER
SILVER STAR LODGE MEETS MEETSAn MEETSAn MEETSAn
An interesting Int > restlng meeting was held last lastnight latnight iatnight
night at Good Templar Hall on the theBrookevilie theBrnokeIUe theBrookeville
Brookevilie Road Tcnleytown Tenlctolh by Silver SilverStar SilverStar SilverStar
Star Lodge No 30 i I O G T a num number number aunther ¬
ber of important Import nt business matters be being beIn helag ¬
lag In taken up After the regular rou routine routine routine ¬
tine business hd been be n transacted trar actoo the theevening theevening theevening
evening was spent s t in a social way wa wamuleal a amueical amusical
musical and literary program nrogrambel being rer rendered rerere rerdeFed ¬
dered deFed ere < < by b th the members of the lodge lodgeDr lod lodDr lodgeDr
Dr and Mrs Irr Edward S Smith ftr ftrQ ofQ < f fQ
Q Street northwest left yesterday for forNew torNew forNew
New York by s Hit a to remain away awayabout aw awabout awtyabout
about two weeks weeksPERSONAL weeksPERSONAL kll kllPERSONAL
PERSONAL MENTION MENTIONWilliam MENTIONY1IlIam MENTIONWilliam
William J Staub of Thirtysecond ThirtysecondStreet Thlrt3 ThirtysecondStreet nd ndStret
Street northwest tins returned ret rned front a atrip 01 01trip atrip
trip to New York city cityOVERCOME clt cltOVERCOME cityOVERCOME
OVERCOME BY HEAT ESATRichard REATRichard HEATRichard
Richard Coleman a negro laborer laborerwhile labor laborwhllp aborrwhile
while working worklu on the new ne houses houfIf on the thepouih thepnuth thepotitli
pouih side Mld of 0 Street near nl u t tlt e > corner cornerof cornerof rn r ror
of Thirtysecond fell from a t scaffold
toy te of confession cont a as la attoww WIt ly Wlowing fhlowing tfe Mi Milowing
lowing lowingConfessors lowingConfeeeoNl lowingConfessors
Confessors are hereby forbidden torbhkl to togive togive togive
give absolution to parents who wttbovt wttbovtpermission withoctpermission t tpttrmls
permission pttrmls lon of the archbishop send n4 their theirchildren tlMkchildren theirchildren
children to nonCatholic schools xlKH la trole trolesuch uaJ uaJsuch unlesuch
such parents 8rents premise either to send sendthem sendthem end endthem
them to such a school at the time to tonxed be befixed befixed
fixed by b the confessor or at loaM agree agreewithin agreewithin agrsewithin
within two weeks from the aay by of con confession eonr contendon ¬
tendon r 810n to refer the cas case to the Archbishop archWallop arch archbishop ¬
bishop and abide by his decision decisionIf
If they refuse retu e to do ether the one oneor oneor oneor
or the other the confessor confes or cannot give givethem givethem givetheta
them absolution ab olutlon and should h Iw attempt attemptto
to do so such absolution a would be null nulland nunand nulland
and void voidCases voidCues voidCases
Cases of this kind are thereby re reserved reserved reserved ¬
served by b us until September 1 114 1H4PRIGE 1104PRICE 114PRICE
PRICE M All COMES COMESIN OTUE8IM
IN PITTSBURG STEEL 8IEELIndependent STEELIndependent 8TEEIndependent
Independent Concern Takes Large Con Contract Contract Contract ¬
tract at Rates Below Those Thoseof Thoseof Thoseof
of the Pool PoolPITTSBURG PoolPITTSBURG PoolPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG Aug 23 26The The Th price cut cutting cutting cutting ¬
ting war on finished iron and steel teel prod products pIOd pIOdu produCLa ¬
uCLa u ts is being waged with renewed renewedvigor renewedIgor renewedvigor
vigor Igor according to reports received here hereand bereand hereand
and the United States Steal Ste l Corporation CorporationIs
Is losing business on account a of being beingunderbidden beIngunderbidden J Junderblddn
underbidden by independent manufac manufacturers I1NlJlutacturers uwuiutacturers ¬
turers turersA turerslarge turersA
A large contract for stuctural mate material material material ¬
rial was secured by a Plttnbtirgr PJtt btITK lade Independent ladependent nch nchpendent ¬
pendent concern at a i eduction from the thepool th thepool
pool 001 prices It calls for SMM itIJI pound poundof poundof poundsof
of standard standa shape beams at it LN 1 a H8 H8pounds 10 10pounds Mripounds
pounds as against the pool price ot ot18Q
190 It is charged that rats contract contractwas contractwas contractwas
was made in I violation of an agreement agreemententered agreemententered 1
entered into some SOM time tt ago ao and that the thesteel th thsteel thesteel
steel combine expected to get et the bast bastness mIness hs hsness
ness nessIt nessH nessIt
It is reported here that sales agent agentare agentJrare agentare
are meeting in New York today In an aneffort anetrort aneffort
effort to avert a vert an open market
I NEWS OF GEORGETOWN I
to the ground round as the result J ltoC ltoCovercome of betas betasovercome hempovercome
overcome by the heat He received soy several HVeral soyeral ¬
eral cuts and bruises about the head headand hdand wadand
and body He was taken k n u to the George Georgetown Geor Geortown Georgetown ¬
town University Hospital where hre med medical modIcal ¬
i ical treatment was administered administeredCAR admlnlsterHCAR administeredCAR
CAR CONDUCTOR IMPROVING IMPROVINGJohn IMPROVlliGJohn IMPROVINGJohn
John Buscher of 8136 11 0 Street St t the con conductor eonductor conductor ¬
ductor who was badly bRdl injured some ome day dayago daPago daysago
ago when collecting fares qn Ja th the run running running runnlng
ning board while his 11s car was roondlar roondlarthe roURdiAlthe roundiurthe
the curve at Twentyelgth Tw ntyelgth and Dum Dumbarton Dumharton Dentbarton ¬
barton Avenue was reported repott < < l this tht morn morning monIng motif motiflng
ing to be greatly improved H 1 Ic is un under und nflder
der d r treatment treat Nnt at the theO GsorgAow r W1I Uni University UnIerslty Univecslty ¬
versity Hospital His right leg g to badt badtLAWN NdJ NdJJae
Jaezatsd JaezatsdLAWN Jae ra raII
II LA1rn LAWN FETE FETE FOR < < 1R lOSIUt lOSIUtArrangement8 HOSPITAL HOSPITALArrangements iIOSPITA4 iIOSPITA4ArIitzlgtinent8
Arrangements ArIitzlgtinent8 ay atre tPethe bPing b laig leoWpd e Mpl fltot fltotI fad foi foithehtwn
the thehtwn lawn fete te be acid on 01 ffavGeorgt ffavGeorgttown OMO OMOtown tbOOUIgOtown
I town University campus cam us September tembfrS tembfrSI S Sand 5S
I and T for the benefit bene t of tt the George Georgetown Georgttown Georgetown
town University t nhersit Hospital The meetta meettaof meet meetoC meetluurof
of the committee on arrangements wi wibe w11 w11be wilbe
be held at the hospital ho pUal in a few days daysA c1ay c1ayA daysA
A number of novel featurec featur have baY beer beerI betrarrangld beerarrangd
I arranged and the fete Is expected to toboh I II b bl3Oh
I both a financial and social success ICC5 Tn TmGeorgetown TnGeorsetown TnGeorgetown
Georgetown University Hospital Hosft 1 prop property proprt1 property ¬
erty rt1 at the corner xr r Thirtyfifth Thlrry fth fthN antf antfN an anN
N Streets northwest t Is encumbered e cu red reda bj bja b ba
a heavy hea y debt and th the procewls proc l of th thlawn thlawn tbiawn
lawn fete f > te will be hI used UfKd te help pav pa or orthis orthis oilthis
this debt debtWIFE ckbtWIFE debtWIFE
WIFE MURDERER lrlURD RERA A SUICIDE SUICIDEDALLAS SUICIDEDALLAS SUICIDEDALLAS
DALLAS Tex AU Aug M ItDr Dr L P PJones PJones PJona
Jones of Benjamin laoxcount Knox county who vrfcomurdered whomurdered ho homurdered
murdered his wlf wire last Sunday morn monity mornIn mornbig
In big and attempted to klUCoU klliqounty t ty Attor Attorney Attorn Attorney ¬
ney n urooxson of Knox cotroty cotinty has kill killed kille2
ed himself blmli l in a cell Jon Jones cut ut MK MKthroat t11throat histhroat
throat with a lancet he had conceal concealabout tOn concealed concealedatout It > 1 1alout
about him
SLAIN Aiw MANSSON MANSSONKILLSMURDERER ANS SON SONKILLS
KILLS KILLSMURDERER KILLSMURDERERBoy MURDERER MURDERERBoy
Boy of Seventeen SeenteenAvenges Avenges AvengesFathers AvengesFatlieis t tFathers
Fathers Death DeathHE DeathHE De th thHE
HE SHOOTS NEGRO ON A CAR CARffot CARNot CARNot
Not Under Arrest and West Virginia VirginiaMiners VirginiaMiners VirginjMiners
Miners and Mountaineers Mouittaineecs Sympa Sympathize Sympathize Sympathize ¬
thize thize With Him HimROANOKE HimROANO1cE IimROANOKE
ROANOKE Va V An AIim aOR O Crane Cranar
Creek L1 ba Wet W Vl Virginia Beak w Boas Bas
r Charles Chaui Underwood U1l ty erWOOill of the Cnuw Creek
company an and < l John Watson
a negro negrorataer negrominer negrominer
miner had a Otfiieulty over some > > ome work workImmediately
Tb The negro shot Chderwood dead
Immediately follow following tlK tJl shooting abooUn
Underwoods son John a ag eu t seventeen
years y rs started In
pursuit with a posse posseof posseoC posseof
of eight men at his h heels Jofcn r car ¬
ned a shotgun loaded with Mrfshot Mrfshotsight htrd hirdahotand ho tr
aM twice the
puraulnc JIIIU party ao ln
sight of the murderer and ai each time a awag
shot was I itred by the tt boy wUfeoat wftoct t ef efAbandon ctAbandon
L
Abandon Pursuit PursuitDarkness PursHitDark1M PursuitDarkness
Darkness Dark1M l came on st and the pursuit pursuitwas pursuitwas MInult MInultwas
was abandoned Toms Underwood U lvvd was wascertain wascertain wascertaIn
certain the negro IItII O would crow the tbemoun tbemountal moun mountain mountaind ¬
tal taind tain to the railroad He
accordingly accordinglywent acCOrdinglywent accordinglywent
went to Switchback several tal miles DU east eastand eastand eastand
and lay In wait until yesterday morn ¬
ing when his anxious
watch was r rand rt rtby rwarded >
warded by the sight dt of Wa Watson on top
01 ftJt etn empty coal car nrwOOd drew
a bead o on the negro with 1tb a W Wtnster st r rJleftt
and nd sent a bullet through his h br braJn in
Watson dropped into th the bottom bott m of It f
the car and the brakeman seel seeing flrac rut the
tragedy signaled the train to stj stjIdentifies t up upIdentifies p pIdentifies >
Identifies Negro NegroWhen NegroIt NegroWhen
When It came to a standstill young
Underwood came up and climUd into intothe intatlM Intothe
the car He turned Watsons Wat on boy hu over overand onruct overbad
and gazing pzta into his dying fc L f 1 Maid MaidYes saidY millYes
Yes Y you are ar the tb man whr m rrmy rlrdrd rlrdrdnay irder d dmy
my father I shot at you twit hut m mshot my myshot rnshot
shot was too small mall to hurt you ou I got gotmy gotDIY gotsly
my Winchester purpos purposely fty ty for you Now ow owve
Ive ve laid you out and I am glad of It ItIth
With Ith this he left and went mlt back to tohis t tha tohis >
his ha home and notified his mother of ofwhat ofwhat f
what hat he had done He has not been ar arrested ufE ntrested ¬
rested E M and the miners and mountaineers mountaineersire mountalnf > tr5 tr5tre
ire in sympathy with him himSPANISH himSP hireSPANISI
SPANISH SP SPANISI NISH WAR VETERANS VETERANSTO
TO HOLD ENCAMPMENT ENCAMPMENTThe
The Department of the District Di tJ1ct of ofColumbia orCoIum ofColumbia
CoIum Columbia le United Spanfe War g Vet Veteransv Vttnul8 Veteratie
eransv nul8 will hold Its amraar encamp eaeampnent elltampDent encampneat
Dent August a and September 1 1The IThe 3The
The reception of the reports of 0 of ofIcera otice18 ofleers
leers and committees will be the he main mainjustness tnainHl maintusIn
justness Hl tusIn lne attended to during the tl session sessionf 3Ston 3Stonif
if > f August Au XL XLThe II IIThe 1 1The
The second session e sIon will be > devoted en encireiy t enkely > n nIrety
cireiy to the election e tJfNI and 00 installation of ofUlcers orfoIIoWlatlUftt of4ikera
Ulcers 4ikeraThe UlcersThe
The following foIIoWlatlUftt appointments > > to tf tfouncii the thoounell theouuclt
ouncii of 0 administration tnt J ba on are ai aitounced all alloun aaiouneed
tounced oun eI e C Weeks eeks and H J Zim Zimnerman ZinDerman Zzrnnerman
nerman of McKinley Camp CampJ Joswpn JoswpnMurray Joaehhjurray fth fthWurra
Murray Wurra of Richard J Harden Ha Camp Campind CumpUI4L CampLad
Lad Charles C Grhnsley of the Admiral AdmiralU tdTUIra0le cmJra1 cmJra1epewu
U Orjfe epewu Dewey Naval N NavalCamp NavalCampADbLING Camp CampPADDLING CampAObLING
PADDLING THEIR THEIRWAf THEIRWAfOlER WAY WAYOVER WAYOERERIE
OVER OERERIE ERIE CANAL CANALITHACA CANALITHACA CANALITHACA
ITHACA N Y AUff A 26Wbfl Whn W1 n > flv flvornell 1I 1Iornell Viva VivaLornell > >
ornell students s udtnts are re walking walk1 the dusty dustyroads dustytrVin dustynada
roads from f Ithaca to New York city citytwo dtrtwo citytwo
two others ot are paddling MCI llng their way to tothe toLbe tothe
the metropolis by way ay of the Eric l1ri Canil Caniluul Can antl antltad l luu1
tad the Hudson River They are A K KR KRenwiek
R Reawlek awiek of Pitts Pittahury arjf Pa P and G H HROM HRoss
I ROM 088 of CIEdgwale f Bdgawatai N L J Jrhey 3Tiler JTber
rhey lf heft t Ithaca last Ia t Saturdays Satunla JBU d are areready arelrea4l areslreaily
slreaily lrea4l ready reported as far as Utfea They Theytre Tht Thtt TheyIre
Ire t paddlfcx JlAd U all day they and part of ear eati eatitight ad1 ad1lifht a aiht
tight to make New ew York Y orlc rk by It Sunday Sundayext Sund4Yext SunLlriext
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NEGRO NEGROPLEADED PLEADED GUILTY GUILTYWhen GUILTYVben GUILTYWhen
When arraigned In InPoIke Police Court yea yeatcrday ypg1day yestrdy
tcrday 1day Nathan atRan Truatt the neero accus accused acculfod accused ¬
ed of stealing Ui 11 from the t till of the tiieWashington theublIUlton theWashington
Washington ublIUlton Alexandria AlxandlaH and Mount Ver Vernon V Vrnon tcr tcrIon
non Railroad RailrfMItlstatlon station at Thirteenanda Thirteenandahalf Tblrteent1aIf
half ml If Street Str t and Pennsylvania Avnu Avnuon AVIIon Aviiuon
on Tuesday Ttsd pleaded guilty ullt and vs vsfined 9 9fined afined
fined 2 2i or two months m nths in jan by Ju Jugt JugtUI JulgeMIlL < 1ge 1geMill
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I the name of the club is hereby changed to toThe
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I I members are directed to buy instead insteadof insteadof
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I of common crackers In paper bags bagsUneeda bagsUneeda
I I Uneeda Biscuit scuit in air tight packages packagesNATIONAL packagesI packagesNATIONAL packagesNATIONAL 5
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