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January Grand Grandury Jury J JuryWi11 I Will W II 1
Pro ba bly Hear It It
Looking jfortMan f6 f r rMan rMan Man Who Who Was in Texas Tex s
as Agent of o New York 5
Law Firm
S NEW YORK Dec 2S 2SDlstrict District Attor
nov ne Jerome has ha s decided de dded to wait until
January before presenting to the grand
jury tl1 the evidence mi ence he has obtained in th the
DodgeMorse Dodg l1orsclase case through the confes ¬
sion sionmade made t to to him by Charles JF Dodge
now the countys guest atthe at the Broad ¬
way wavCcntral Central Hotel
The The new grand jury jur will meet next
Tuesday Tuesd r but it itma may be some days later
when the case is brought to its atten ¬
tion and an d the indictment indictm nt of certain per ¬
sons alleged 5 to have been in the con ¬
spiracy spira y is is asked for
Mr Jerome is still looking for forwitriess witness
t es to corroborate Dodges DOdge s sstatement statement
One One of them is isa a man f onrierly formerlyemploy employ
S ed edb3afirm by a firm of lawyers connected with
the case This man went to Texas and S
for a aconsiderabictime considerable time there kept > ept S
Dodge supplied with ithmoI money e He was
afterward aCteITardrelieved relieved of the job jo and his h s
place was ta taken 1 1en en by a lawyer
Witness in Hiding
The man man first employed employedrewrned returned rcthr ed to
Key York and Is understood to be at S
present somewhere in this city It is
also alSo understood underst > od that 3 iJr > ir lr Jerome J erom has
hopes of getting valuable evidence from
him in corrobpration of Dodges Dodg s sstor story stor
particularly of o Cthe the Texas chapter of the th
plot The man is no longer employed
by the lawyers law awyers ers
That iir 1r Jerome believes attempts
may ma be e made to communicate with
Dodge in a final effort to balk ball the dis dIsc ¬
trict attorneys attorneysgarne game now that he has
it well v ll In hand handwas was shown when the dis ¬
trict attorney attorn ey went to o the Broadway flroadwa
Central and asked and obtained from 1Centml
Dodge D Cd g e permission peem isS ion to examine his h IS mail m an
Mr Dodge did not resent the request reques S
In fact he quite fell in with it
Passed Personal letters
Mr Jerome said that upon up m satisfying
himself that a letter was personal per onal he
S would take no further interest in it It All Al I I I
othercommunications he said s ld he hewant wan t t
ed to read
Dodge said that be ne had no objection I I IDOdge
at all toMr to Mr Jerome Jeromeopenlngmd opening and read ead ¬ i
ing Ills letters before b fore he read re I them him ¬
self elf This will be done in 1nfuture future Mr
i S Jerome making one or two two1s1ts visits to the 1h
hotel for the purpose 5
Dodge has begun to get a lot of letters 5
from fronicranks cranks who assure him hlt that ho is h 5
being hounde houndeL d With Wlththe the fact made mad
S known that tlm t his letters will be read daily r
by Mr MrJerome Jerome it isnt likely like that thatan any an t r S
communications will i1l be sent to him by b3 r
mail from tho those e who would iUld like ycry ver r S
muc much h to reach him
Fears for His HisLife Life
Besides tOJlsilitls tonsilitis he is ilisUffexicg i suffering from 1
S anemia a entla a One of the marshals guarding guardin r
I Dodge is isreponsible responsible for the statement statement I t I
i that Dodge has ha not yet got over the thi e
S fEaIthathIsUf fear that his life is in danger dariget lange
You could understand this Very vex f I
f well said the official Jf you knew kne f
what went on down there in Texas T It I t
S was reported that a gang gangothugs ot p thugs bad ha d 1 1 1
been hired to tOge get getat t tt at t Dodge DOd g ge e before he hi e
left forXew York
These reports reportsreached reached the ears ears of the th e
authorities and when Dodge was taken IJ 1
down to the steamer there were plenty plent > f
of police on hand and the district attor 5
ney was there in person to see that no ni o i
such attempt was wasmade made Dodge Dodgewasnt wasnt wasn t I
in any physical condition to stand this thi s
very Ye well and it got him hinivery very mush up
set RL 5
The guard which Dodge Had rom the tb e
S time he lef left is evidence evidencathat that other peo ¬
ple pl ri le besides Dodge took some stock in h n
the report that it was planned to do up u P
The presentation of a silver service to t
Chief Justice Alvey Alve of the DIstrIct
Court of Appeals Appealswi will take place Friday Frida
l1 l1a l1I l1l at Hail a 3 I l p m in the court room S at the City Cit
Chief Justice Ju Uce Alvey AIveyh has S tendered his hi c
S resignation to the Pres President ident to take ef ¬ S
fect December 31 Instant i
The silver service is a testimonial i 1
from ° i the he members of the bar barot of the th e
District and will be bepres presented nted on their thel r
behalf by b William F Alattingly
The T j committee in charge of the pre
Eentotion consists of Messrs J Hols
S worth Gordon chairman W F Mat
tingly A A S WorthIngton J J Dar 5
lington l lnsOI nsOI kMJ M J 3 Coll Colbert > ert Benjamin Minor
A A Hoeling jr and Melville Church I
The A Ae e Committee met thi this afternoon at a t
the City CityHall jJall ± aIl to make final arrange a rTans ¬
ments for forthe the presentation
S CALAIS Me le Dec 2S 2SThe The St Croix Croi
Shoe Company has assigned for the tb
benefit of creditors to R It c King of the th
United States Leather L ather Company Boston
George GeorgeH H Eaton and George A Curran 1
of ofCnJab Calais
Liabilities 150000 150000ass 15OOOOassets assets ass ts not known know n
until 5 an Inventory Im ntory has been made The Tb e
reasons given for the assignment were wer e
losses Iossrv 5 md nni an or uns unszitisfacto nt Usfactorr < r rn n conditIon n
hands ot busIness 5 The comian comli any > employed 409 409hands 4 19 S
Former Mayor MayorJosla Josiah h Quincy QuInc of Bos ¬
ton toni5 is to come to Washington Friday Frida r
January 27 to be the principal speaker
at the mass meeting In Calvary Baptist t
rn rnSi Si This neetln meeting J Is in the Interests of the th e
S public playground movement for tn the im ¬
provement provementoj o ot housing conditions con iUnns
Elias Travcr 63 6 24th 4th St st Langdon D C
Michael Clode le S3 Govt Hospital for Insane I
Georgia Washington shlngton 40 401Yai VaSh > h Asylun JsyIumHoBv Asylum Boq
Antonio Bonanno ZPzovldence m Providence HospItal
Infant ot IVIIIiS VJlUam S I nnd Ellen Pannes 1 da
Homcop Ifomeopathlo thlo Hospital
S Infant nt ntj nto o of William V1lIam and Sarah Holt few hours I
S a ZOS Jjsr OS 3d 5 dstsw j si st KWV R
S Nellie Dent Sharp 76 6 The rhe Woodley vir oodley
William Ray 1 month 203i 2Q5 8th nt nw
Fanny Graves 37 Columbia Hospital
Salnuel SWnuelThomton Thornton 71 205 Oi J st t ne
Harriet Hamilton HamltonBaYJ Bayly g St 2123 21 n N et et t nw U >
William A RIe Rlall 22 2 1125 1B 5th th st nw
Maggie FrazIer 3 uS 0 sf SU w
S Margaret Frances S S4 Lulo sisters of o Poor Poo f
William S AtkJns 29 Providence Hospluil
Infant or Luc Lucy andJame and James Crowson 21 c1uylS day s
462 46 New York ave a nw
Ida Wallace 24 Freedmans HospUaJ
Manuel Ial el Lee 1 e 529 23 MarIon court nw
Elmer May Ia Sparks 2 113 III Harvard 18t < at t
Sue Lewis Sandford Dana Dana SO 1304 Wyoming
ave nw
Edmund Brand L9 9 en route Geo Unl nl Hoap
Aloyslus A1081 Drown 3 JU17 u t M d st St6C Zt BO
Bridget Br1dget1 llullaney > uUane f E 3 1631darlon 1G31 Marion st Jlt TIW nv
S Stokes Carr 20 Providence Hospital
iiL 5
55 5
Seeking See kine to Excavate Excav te <
S City Cityo o ofH f Herculaneum erculaneu11if
Prof f vValdstein valdste Believes Best Treasures of
Classic Life Lie Buried Beneath eneathlhe the
Modern Town of Resina Resf a 7
Prof Pr f Charles Char harles ies Waldst Waldstein V ldSl lt1 of the tint ani I
yersily ers ii iiotCaxnbridge of otCaxnbridge Cambridge Englan En glan d has in I
t tfcrested rested the President President in the movement
to carry carr out the project of excavating
the thecit city of Herculeaneum
S Prof VValdstein Valds icin came to this country
at the the solicitation of Secretary Hay Ha who
is interested in inthe the themovement movement President
Roosevelt Rooscvelt has consented to to become the
head of the American nationalrepresen national represent
tation to carry carryoutthIspoJect out outtltis this project
Yesterday afternoon Prof Waldstein
delivered a lecture on Herculaneum and
the Proposed International Excavation
at the home hom of Herbert erbert AVadsworth
The Lecturers LecturersViews Lecture ± s 1 Views
Prof Prof Waldstein said In part 1 art
Herculaneum together with Pompeii
was was destroyed by eruption of Vesuvius Ves vius ius
in the year ear 79 A D The difference be ¬
tween the effect of eruptions on the
two places laccSis is thlsi thIs Pompeii Pompcllis is covered
with hot cinders ashes and pumice pum ee
stones stones so that objects are r burnt or or dam ¬
Herculaneum is iscoYered covered with liquid liqul
mud to the thcMightofeighty height of ofeighty eighty f feet et which
has h s preserved pres Ived objects found there therepar per ¬
fectly Most 3Iostof of the thebe beautiful lutul < objects o in
the themuseum museum museumL > i p ptN Naples les come comc from rom Her Her
culaneum and ari not from Pompeii It is it
libw l w held by all geologists and archaeol ¬
ogists that Herculaneum is not covered
by b lava but by b material most favorable
to preservation
Pompeii PompeUwasan was an uncultured uncu huredan S and d dpro pro ¬
vincial vlnclalcommercial commercial town Herculaneum
was a great center of wealth and cul ¬
ture Aprrippina rfppina Servilia the th Habit and
Balbi Bal bi had ha dtheir their beautiful b CllUtlfn1villas villas there t11 ere
2Co manuscripts have been found at
Pompeii while ih1750 papyri were found fou nd d
I at Herculaneuin Herculan rin in and nd the m most st beautitiu b bd u utltui fii fiil l
works ot art in one singe villa Ula i
We may expect to find ftndmant many lost
treasures and masterpieces m asterPi ces of literature e
I There were v cre only n1y unsystematic uns3st mat1c excava ¬
tions in the eighteenth and nineteenth
centuries at HercUlaneum Herc Her 1laneum It must be
excavated exca 1te d for forlt it is i the theone tli one place > In the th e
world where the thecompleteneS5 completeness of classic
I life In its highest forms can be found fOln
The reason it has hot been done is
I because b Cluse the modern town of ResIna is
I built bUlltoer over the be ancient city clt Italy Ital is not
I I able a1 > Je to todo1t todo1tandnosingle do It itand and andnosingle no o single foreign na ¬
tion is Isallowed allowed to do it
qt It It JUts been the lifedream lifedreD1ofthe of the
lecturer lectbrerto tobrlnjr to brlri bring about bout International intem tIoI tl ex ¬
cavation clvatl < l1 S
International Cooperation
Nanonal No tidnal committees s with withsoerefgns sovereigns
or ot presidents pres dents at the head in itienc eac each h l1cou coun n ¬
try tQnndan and an international hlternationalcommittce committee pre ¬
sided ided over o r by b the King oC Italy ltal with
representatives of o every ve nation actual ctual
work w wrk1be rk1be to be done < by b an international Inter I IatI atI nalstaff staff
I from all countries ount desiS is the th plan proposed proP9sed
Pot Waldstein has received encour ¬
agement from King Edwi Edward hi an an and last
spring s gained Ine dcvnsetoftheIC consent of the King ng of f
I Italy who vh agreed to 1 become head heado of
the international i terna I Itl tl committee l S
Presiden t I Ii Loub Lotil i oubet t and the th French h gov ¬
ernment joIned j0 1ne d dfnthe In the movement The
committee Is being formed in Austria
by Prince Franz Liechtenstein LI chtenstein The
Kinpr Kingof of Sweden agreed ar agree e to t be head he in
his 1Ii country S S
I Prof Waldstein has Just arrived from
England and will proceed to lecture in
Xew York and then in Boston He will i1l
sail for England on o n January JanuaryJ1 Jl
This evenintr Prof Waldstein aldsteiriwlll aldsteiri will Joe
tare on this subject at the White House
to the President and his immediate
j Continued from First Page 1
I was vas the name and address of a man In
1 business in Warren Street with the cup cap
tion Dealer in Electrical Supplies
Iand I and the additional line I lwould would be
glad to furnish everything v tllIng up to date
In connection c o nnec tiori with electrocution cl ec trocution
I gratis
S Message From Mother
I The girls father returned to the city
j iesterda I yesterday esterda from Washington S
I I Dont 4 worry about me was as the mes
isage i sage from Nan Pattersons mother
j I Iwhich which her father brought bIOu ght He had spent
j J Clirisf Chrisbms ias Day with Mrs Patterson
i I Iwho who Is ill The mother mothersent sent several gifts
Sto to the prisoner I shall rema in here
until after Nans iflS next trial 1 said i d Mr fr
j I Patterson He added that although his h
business busin would suffer his 1 S duty was to
stand by the girl
I The mistrial has estranged some s me of
those who believed in her innocence
t said Mr Patterson 1 I had proof of
I that whileI while I was in Washington That
iiiakes it all the theniore more necessary that I 1
should see this hls through
S y What Happened Happenedfu in Jury Room
I 4 4NotwIthstariJIng NotwIthstariJIng Notwmistart kotwithstaiidlng lng the a agreement giecment among imorig anioz ig
Jurors jurorsnof not to to talk about what occurred
In the Jury room a version of the pro
ceedings c edin gS there has transpired ai d it is
1 said that had the twelve men t been een al ¬
lowed to deliberate deUberatea a couple of hours
I longer a verdict of acquittal would have
been the result
I This version e rSionis is accredited accre dited to one ne of
I two jurors who wrote to f District Attor
ney ne Jerome saying that in their oPIn opinion iO n
no jury ever will be found to convict
1 The l1e young oung woman
For twentyfour hours I held out for
conviction the juror said because I
I believed that a strong case had been
j made m ade out against again st Miss IiSS Patterson n She Sh e
was unfortunate in having on her side
I only one man who appeared able to give
valid Va lid reasons r for voting not guilty
I while most of the arguments that were
made mad in the jury room were w > re made by
the men who voted oted for conviction After
I we had been be u called into court dourt ourt for the
first time we stood divided firmly firml six to
When U hen we retired for further t rther delibera ¬
tions two of the men who had voted for
conv conviction iction began analyzing the evidence
from the defendants point of view vlewr r and
it became apparent that a doubt as s to
I the young w9rnans guilt was rapidly
rising risingin in the themlnds minds or 0 the men They
talked to me of their doubts and I told
them that while I had no reasonable
doubt as to her guilt guil I did have some
doubt and that it was 5 so near a reason
able abtenne one tnat tna I felt inclined to give her
the beneft of it It
Ready to Be BeConverted Converted
The two jurors said they would ds ¬
cuss the evidence turther as they also
were ere beginning to believe the defendant
might be b Innocent of the crime charged
against her and the six of us who had
I stood out for forconv conviction eUon sat down to
I IthInk think It over We were not ready read to to
vote ote foraCQu for acquittal ittal n as s yet et butit but it wa was a apr
I parent that it would not require much
coaxing for all of us to come come around
t I Just then hen happened the most unfor
I tunate thing for the defendant that OC c
I currtd cU r dduring during the entire trial Two of
the jurors got Jotlnfo Into a a wordy argument
and their relations rela ions because becam e strained One n6
of the men ni ri riwho who had voted for convic ¬
tion tionln In fact the man who had argued
longest for forrnurder murder 5 In the first degree
said that while hile he felt inclined tcyote tc vote
for acquittal eqUittalif If the rest of us did he
j believed b lieyrd nevertheless that Jhe defendant de cndant
had hadcommitted committed the crime cr ime and that she
I should be punished to toso some ne extent
Well if you vUdont dont come around well
disagree and she will be freed in a
couple of months without vour your our aid 1
hotly retorted the man who led the ac ¬
quittal side
If thats the way wa you feel about 1 it
replied the other juror we will disagree dI gtce
and she will 111 stay In jail at least let t two
months more S S S
The T e re rest toftJs of us were trying to recon
I die the two t 0 men when the captain o 01
the court squad knocked at the doo door
and said that hat if we could not agree th tht
I judge was ready 3d3 < to discharge us Th Thc
foreman replied that he did not thinl
I we could reach an agreement agrC I1ent and w wt <
were discharged I believe that if I WI wi
S had remained out two hours longer there
I would wOuldhaebeen have been a verdict of acquittal
I Give The First Dollar
To Cure Rheumatism
I searched the whole earth for a specific
Tor Rheumatism Rheumatlsmsomethlng something that I or any
physician could feel eel safe In prescribing pre precriblngiome CTiblng5Qm ome
thing that we could count on not only occa
slonall slonaily > but ALWAYS S For the ravages rnngesor o of
Rheumatism are everywhere and genuine re ¬
lief un Is rare
After twenty yeas3 eai of o search and expert eXlWr
ment I learned of the thcchcmlenlI chemical I now no < em m m
ploy plo etad < < Vnd nd I knew kneVthen then that my search I arch and n1
efforts were well rewarded For this chcm
leal gave me the basis of ofa a remedy rem which In
the cure of Rheumatism Is practically cer
tmln talc
I I I dont o mean n that t Dr Shoops S Rheumati h
I Cure c r can turn bony A Joint j l tIl tIlS into g flesh le h hh hefJ efJ again
that is is Impossible Im oslble But It will drive frorr
the blood the poison that causes caus pain an ant ant
swelling and then that is the end of th tht
pain and nd swelling 8welllngthe the end of the suffering sutrerln
the end of Rheumatism
I am willing that you u should prove m
claims at my m expense I will gladly glad I give 1e yo yot Ol
a full dollar package of Dr Shoos Rheu
matlc remedy to try For r know that voi Jm
and your neighbors and friends will m by you OU
good wishes and your good words more thar
repay repa ir my y initial loss
You pay promise nothing
you risk nothingyou deposit nothini nothing
Crysta Crystallize llize d Po Poison ison I I A Certain Certa in Cure
You know kn < m that hard ha rd water wnt < r leaves a deposit
of lime In the bottom of o the tea kettle in i
which it boils and soft water does not That
is because becal soft r water IK filtered and contains
no lime while hard water Is not filtered and nd
is full of it It
You can Imagine that if that deposit were
to settle settled d In the Joint of o your our knee it would I
be extremely e trernel painful And If I the deposit derlO lt
s grew you could finally final1 no no longer endure the th I
torture of 0 walking an lng
Yet that is the very I way that Rheumaltaai Jm < I
begins and ends Except that the deposit <
which forma Is not 110 t lime Umebut but crystallized c staJllzed poi
fJO fJOF sont For F r your vour blood Is always full of poison polsonthe the 1 i
poison you eat and drink and breathe into
your system It Is the purpose of o the Wood
tc absorb absor and carry off this very J oison Ison s ° n
And the kidneys which are the blood filters ftJti i
are expected to cleanse the blood and send < enl1
it back through the sstem clean to gather
more poison l > which they the In turn will eliml
Bi nate
BiBut But sometimes som < lImes the kidneys fail And
sometimes from some other cause the blood
that they cannot ab
gets so full of poison
sorb It all This is the start o of t Rheumatism
The poison accumlates and crj c crstallizes rftallizps
The Tllcbood blood carries the th < crystals and they the In ¬ I
crease f them e en en no n In n longer ll size e eC ei C i It I t Then deposits = sl when them h he e it t In I can a Joint j carry 1
on a bone boneallwhere anywhere I
The twinge In your legt11c leg the dull ache In
your aria nn on a rainy daythese are the
outward signs of the unseen crystals And
the twisted limbs and unspeakable p psP sP f5 We nmz angoisli lsh
allowed aJlowedhls Ms s symptoms
of f the sufferer who has
and unattended for toryearll years
to co unheeded
thef f what Rheuma a
I the these e are the evidences
U tlsm ne neglected lected d c can do
Rhun Rhuni RhunatJsm i atJsm inc incl Includes l udes lumbago sciatica
neur neurilsia neuralgia ilsia goutfor JouttoraU all theee the Ie arc the results
of o v rheumatic iunatic poison In the blood i
I Pl rllllnl Plinty iV iVnlv nlv the first thins to do Is to remove j
the poison pt 1WD But this Is not enough The
FORMATION FOR 1ATIO of the poison must b b stopped stopI > Cl
so that nature may ha have e a chance to dissolve <
and eliminate the th tho e crystals which have already alr dY
formed Unless this Is done there can be i
no cure cureno no permanent perma c1t relief
I spent twenty y years ars irs in experimenting be ¬
fore I felt satisfied satl Ied that I had a certain rem
edy for this dread disease diseasea a remedy remro whicl
would not only clan c1 an out the poison but om
which hlch would stop its ls formation
The secret lay la in a wonderful chemical
round In n Germany German When I found this chem ¬
teal I knew that I could make a Rheumatic
cure ure that would be practically ce ertaln rtain flu
even then before I made an anii anrounccment ouncement
before I was waS willlnp wlllln to put my name on it
J made more mor tb tbsn Jlm n OOO teas tE t And nd my tn fail ¬
urea ures were cr but per cent
This German chemical is not the only In
Kredient Jre lent I use in Dr Shoops Rheumatic Hhe lnttll
Cure Curebut but It made ntai le the remedy possible pOJlslbJeoma mad <
poss ible an achievement which whIch I doubt noi
could have been made in no other way 1
This T ls chemical was very cr expensive Th The <
duty too tooas was high In all U ItC031 coat me 45 M
per pound Cut what is 490 per pound for a
REA REAL L remed remedy to for the th worl worlds s most 113lnru
dl5easc7tur disease for a UN UREAL REAL relief from the great ¬
est torture human hU nJEt1 N beings know
Hut I do not ask a k you ou to take a single state ¬
meat of t mlno mineI I I do not n notask aslc you ou u to believe J i
f ft ffj t tl
word I say fj until l you U Un have tried tr tri i ed my medicini J Jn n
In your own homo at my m expense < O absolutely
Could I otter you YOU n n full tellcollnrs dollars worth fret <
1C there were any in3 misrepresentation Woal <
I do this if I Icre were not straightforward ir
my m myevery every Iwery claim 1 Could I AFFORD to d dc <
it If f I were not SURE that hat my m medicini
will heli hel > you ou
Simply Write Me
The offer Is open to everyone everywhere
But Dutou you must write wrlte1I1 ME for the free dollai <
bottle bottJ order All druggIsts dru sts do 0 not grant th <
test I nill then direct you OU to one that does
He ivlll i1l pass It ltdown down to yon OlJ from his stool
ns nlfreely freely as 5thou though h your dollar dolla laid before
him Write for the order today tod odav Addres
Dr Shoop Box 47GC Racine WIs Is I nil
send you OU my m book on on n Rheumatism beside
It is free It will wi help olp you to understan
your case What bat niore cnn I do to convlnci
you oe of om my Interest Interc5tof of my nl sincerity
lDf fir 1 snoops Shoap Rbenmat c Remedy
55 u S S i
I She SheImagjues nlagr nlagres es She Is t tJoan Joan
I of Arc
i F Firemen i me meJF JF Find i ind nd i Jre Her i in in n Midst of f Blaze I
S Announcing AnnouncingCF AnnouncingFziifihiment Fulfillment lfi1 m t of
Her Mission M ssllJII
S PARIS Dec 28 28 2SAn An extraordinary fxtraordi 1ar
outcome of ofthEJoan ofthe the Joan of Arc demonstra ¬
tion occurred when a young girl named nam d
Elisa Poirret polrr et went en t mad in a frenzy frenz of I
patriotism VatriUs II
v S I
Cries offire ofoilo tire wereKear re nea ra Mon d on the Rue Rue
Lafayette and andcl andcluds clouds uds of smoke were I
seen issuing IS 5ufhg from one oneo ot the windows 1
of a large bundIn building Firemen and an police po l e 1
arrived on the th thesetne i scCne s neand and went upstairs I
and forced forCCdopenthC open the door doo = of the flat fl at l
I from which the th smoke sm01 ecame came
A 5 terrible sIght met theirgze their naze Elisa
I Pqlrret irr et wasr wasstan Wa standiry standing dnqOIi on her bed which w1 fc 1
i was staked soaked with petroleum and clad
only nly in a light night garmet With her
I I arms outstretched outstr tched to heaven she was wa
cr crying 3JnS out hysterically regardless of ofthe ofthefianes the l
fianes dancing around her
l 1 5 am Joan of Arc In her funeral py pyre 1
I hue vanquished the EnglishmenmJ Englishmen my1 1
mission is ended and I must die
S The policemen dragged the curtains I IThe
I from the he windows and threw them
i around her stifling the flames She was
taken to the t e hospital where she lies lI s in
f a critical criUcaIcondition condition
Thomas E Waggamaii was was today toda or ¬
dered by Justice Barnard to pay Into
the registry Of the Supreme Court of
the District D Ls trlct 227090 OO within fh five days
The amount named Mr 1f Waggama
has admitted adn tted he received recei das as a committee j I
for Patrick J Quiglev Qulgl a alunaUc lunatic
The 1 e order signed by the court explains I
the sum to be paid is the amount amountnamed named narne
less lessar any Y disbursement Mr Waggaman
may ma r have made for the benefit of Mr i
Quigley In case distribution has been
made the order stipulates the voucher I Imade
representing it shall be also deposited d posited in
I the theregistry registry of the court
The American Federation FCderationo of f Labor Is j
making a fight in behalf pf the employ j
me m meat nt of Porto Rican recan labor in the c CQn gn i
struction Of f the Panama Canal
I President Gompers Gompersan and Secretary Secretar Mir 11 I IPresident
rison risonot of the theAmerican American Federation Federationc call ll ¬
ed e d yesterday est er day afternoon aite 17 n 00 non on Secretary Secreta
I Taft and nd strongly urged the claims or 0
the Porto RIcans The matter matterwa was wa disr di
I cussed at some length and Mr GompeS
will confer on the thesubj subject subj t with Governor Gov rnoI
Wlnthrop jnthrop of Porto Rico in New ew York
next Friday
cause To fret pt the genuine call for the th full t11
name and look for the signature o of t E W W
I Grove 23 cents
SHAKER son of Dr and Mrs G 31 3l r Shafer Sha 1
S In the twentysixth year car of his age it
S ALUEX ALLE ALLENOn On On Tuesday T Tdesda esd3yD December ember27 27 27s s SOl OOL OOLnt at
1043 O43 a a in 11 Mrs Irs ALICE LICE VIRGINIA VIRGI IA ALLElf
the beloved wife ot the late James W Allen
In the fiftieth year ear of her age It
CARR CARRon On Tuesday December De cember 27 7 1504 ct t at
S03 so p m In HARRY STOKES son of QfEmma Emma
S V Carr rr of Rockvllle ilU at Providence
Hospital r I it 1
RABB1TT RABBITTOOOOOn On V Wednesday ednesday > December 2S
I 19M at his late residence K391I S M I Strrret
I I Funeral at 2 p m Friday Fr1da December 2 2l L
Relatives RelatJcsand and friends Invited Inl d It
I CLARKE CLARKEOn On n Tuesday luel lJay < December 27 Eel
1SJ2 1S It
1 Of every description d6irip dcatripttonmoderateiy t tonmoderatel onmoderatel moderately priced priced
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new offices om ON O SECOND FLOOR OF their old
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J H HBUlli1S BURNS or BYRNBS BYRN S foreman Zoo ZO
Park Will Vill the gentleman who gave this
I name and address to the theconductol conductor of a
r 14th st 51 car in the neighborhood of U
1 St on Sunday Nov No 32 1 195M 9t bad day
please communicate commu fcate with CONDUCTOR CO COND I UerOR L
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i DONT USE POOI OIL For use on
j sewing machines bicycles and all pur ¬
poses posesrequiririg requiring a fine lubricant the best
is cheapest in the end Genuine Singer
I Oil can only be obtained at Singer
stores Look for the red S 171G 716 14th st st
nw n C1G Oth st s1 nw 229 Pennsylvania
Ave se Washington r ashingto1l D C
Singer Drop Head J 2000 2 00
Household 5H50
Warranted live years
S Machines of any a 1 make repaired and
I warranted 1 Machines rented by week
or month at OPPENHElilERS 514 9th
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t Skirts sun plaited 200 de273mo
A MEETING of the stockholders of the
Capital Traction Company for the dee lec ¬
tion of directors will be he hdd ld at the office ot11C
S of the company Union Passenger Sta
tion on Wednesday ednesda the 11th day of
S t January 3905 The polls will be lJcopen opened
at 10 a m and closed at 12 m G T
S DUNLOP President C 21 1 KOONES
j I i Secretary deiClotexsu de6 15tCX5u
mens Insurance Company of Washing Vasil Ing ¬
ton and Georgetown will meet at the
ofilce of the company on oniIonday Monday Jan
L S uury unry2 2 J905 905 between bc een the hours of 12 1 m
and and1 1 p m for the purpose of electing
thirteen directors for the ensuing year car
i iC C W Y HOWARD Secretary S cn ttr3 de23llt
NOTE THIS While Vhile having recwved recd rece ived d
S 5600U In the past six Ix months fcr my
S bicycle riding yet et I will continue mak ¬
ing my original best grade 50 for 25C = C
visiting cards while you wait HARRY
PARK 81C F de2S7t
r Room tOt > Corcoran COTC > rnn Building BulI 1lng < 15th St St N W
All parties parti s desiring to furnish quarters
to visitors isltor durirg the Inaugural period
are requested < d to call at this thlsotlice ofli fIiee e or
send description de criptlon of rooms rIJoxns stating the th
I number of persons that can be supplied suppll d
with Bleeping I plnb accommodations with or
without meals terms etc
M I I WELLER Chairman
de2030t Committee on Public Comfort
I Wind Window d AW Good quality Orriquo Shades Shad
I 25 Sc lie y Best t oa opaque 59 lit
Sh ezl ad 1 1e es C Scotch Holland 7 7c e Hun
I lt free rle Will call with sa samples 1lJles
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We W Have Purc hased hasedtheEntireStoc the Entire Stock k
of Suits and Goats Co tsof of Blainer Bla uner
> S l Bros D Co New Yor k kCi kCity City y 9
250 Garments in All
S This Te legram Is Explana tory torySale Sale Starts Tomorrows T Trn T6rnrro rn rro t S
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A t 3 J 1lIS TELE ELEGRAM L E CR C R AM A IVi e are famed throughout the th land as J
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makers of Or womens 7 7s s ou outergar ferear t or
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7 7ZZ 4 4nz r nz 4 j k r < S t 1 buyer byerrea1izfugllie jjjvar realizhif reaiizing the theimportance importance o oft of ft
S 5 5 v this thisdeiU deal started startedatonceforNew at once for New
York rk That That t we consummated
S S J T S this thJsJprchase purchase rc is 15 a tribute to Kin Kings s
7 7 J S Palace supremacy supremacyand and dp presents p iesertts
11 4 to you y u uth the th thegreatestopporIuhity thegreatest egreatestopporIuhity greatest opportunity of f
S I 5 J our career qreer S
S I Owing O win g to the grea t reductions on on the garments garme nts a small cost CO it will 57fl neces n eces ¬ j S 5 5
t sarily saril sarilybemade be bemnde made for alterations if any
Loo k kat at thePricesRea the Prices Rea d the Items ItetnsBu1 But
See the Merc handise han dise for Positive Proof
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S In this lot are cheviots ziberlines allwool worsteds cheviot ser ges and fancy fanc mixtures all 1J
satin lined They are made in tie latest styles stylessome some plain tailor ai1prniade made some fancy trimmed t mmedall all l1
elegantly eleganliyma ma de Loose and tightfitting effects in blacks blues browns brOWllSt t oxfordsgrays oxfor ds grays and novelties novelt
All sizes Jzes Skirts are arefull full flare and full kilt Actual 15 16 and 18 garments S
32250 S22 S225O253O 22S2 o 5O253O 25 L 30 S
Suits will WI ll go at 1 13 S 3 9 95 5 S
S Amon Am g this t thi lot will iIIbe be found foundthe the finest quality qU i jilityBroadcloth Broadcloth Cheviots Venetians Zib Ziberlines rlines Worst ¬
r eds > Cassirrrers assim Casinirs rs and a d A1Qvelydoft novelty cloths in brO brown blue black black tan ta gray also brown brO yn and blue bl 1e mixtures nixtures
S Th The Jackets are heav heavily ily satin bn an d silk lined iri III 27 36 and 42inch lengths plain and braid brudtrimrnec trimmed h
strappfecT str StrD PP dseams seams loose loosea and IJ tightfitting fight fittIng backs c tourist iou iWd tnd nd vest yest front effects eff egs SkiiliarefDlljIlIsspnie Skirts are arefull full flare ilar some pn ie
S strap strapped ped ed some neatly stitched stnchedothers others kilted All tailqr taIlorJirnshed j iinished <
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This is perhaps one of f the greatest greatest reatest announcements of true character c aracter ever made Elegant E1 E1aant aant ser
yicealfle viceable Coats at at exactly onehalf worth But the purchase brought them at a price that enables us
to make m ke this sacrifice sac nfice They are made of superior quality covert cloth and come in tan castor casforj j an and d
black Legofmutton L gofmt toIl sleeves belted be1tedbad back collar and nd collarless effects Worth double doublenmv now 5 5
15 Kersey Iicr seY 3H Covert Covertn JJ n S
II Coats g2 0 ats A will w dl tl go g o at I I 5
AllWool AllVo l Genuine English Cover Coverf t Cloth Coats satin lined 42inches long some with velvet yelvetc1 co col l ¬
I lars some collarless Fitted and loose back Box an d inverted pleats Also allwool Kersey Coats oats
I in black blue brown castor castor and tan some velvet collars some collarless Satin lined Inverted and
box pleat backs All made and tailored in the latest style Worth Vo rlh 15 1 t5now nO novv 995 995
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