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Cbhimbia a Heights I ghts Citizens
Demand D Denia nl ril cl Relief
Assertions A Aertjo ser tiO 1s sMade Made That Houses Occupied
by byNegroes rNe Negroes g gpes pes Should Shou1dbe be Connected C nnected
With Sewers s
Nor ith th Court C Curt urt urt a a miserable alley aIle in Co ¬
lumbia l mbii Heights has been declared a
public nuisance nuis nce and a menace to the
health of the community by J the Colum ¬
bia Heights HeightsCitizens Citizens Association As ociationand and
this organization has announced a n ounced Its
purpose p1 p1rpose rpose of liavirig hiivlng havi the place pl e bettered or
abolished aQolsll d what whatever v r the cost m may y be
Ju Judge dge Charles S Bundy Bund president of
the association ass iation declared to toa a reporter
for or Thje rl Tle Times lin es yesterday csterda afternoon at rnoon that
tomorrow tomorrow rnorningr representatives of
the tnganizatiorr cgiz iz t tfor ol1 will m ask an audience
with the he District Commissioners to
point out to them them the fact that con ¬
trary to theasserUons the assertions of the Health
Officer here is a law which will enable
the authorities to take immediate steps
tor or the abatement abatem crntof nt of the nu n nuisance isance sance The
a a4socl 4socla 4soclation Rtion t tion is s determined d determined on a vigorous
campaign c4mD ignagainst against the court
The lh judge also lso declared that his asso ¬
ciation has communicated with the
Health Office for a a ayear year without ob ¬
taining an abatement ubat ment of the nuisance
The TlJealleysaymembemof alley say sa memberSof inember of the associa ¬
tion tlmis is unkempt and unsightI
location of the Alley
The rhec court ourto occupies occupies cupies lots 2 and 3 block
16 in Ii Colum bia He Heights ights being be ngin In the
s quarebounded quat bounded by b Wa W Wallach allach llach place Sher ¬
man nian ayenue avenue enue > s3teuben 13t ben street and
Eleventh Eleven E1ev nth th street str et The court consists consis lsof of
two twor rows sof of houses fronting each other
and a d opening pbning on a a plot of ground that is
neither neither a public l ub > cstreet street nor an authorized
L The occupants of these shacks are
negroes ll grbes > and all the huts are over ¬
crowded cro wded There is i only one outlet to
the tnecourt court this being Into Steuben
street s treet j
Judge r Bundy Bund In speaking sp aking of the
place said 1 1 <
It is is the one blot on Columbia Columbia
Heights Heig lls The shacks sha drs there tl ere are con < ori
neeteoV n et d ineither l1 ither with a sewer sewer nor nor with
a water main andthey andtheyh and they have veon only ly sur sur ¬
face iac6drainage drainage The conditions are are of ¬
fensive 1ensi1eto to the eye and an d rise ri nose se j and a d the
locality has long been considered a
menace m nie to the health h althof of the neighbor ¬
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The attention of the District
Health Officer has hasJ J been repeatedly
called c cal1e l1 p to to the th condtibns condtionsIn in the court
by bYF resolution re EoIution > ohl in passed by the Colum ¬
bia Heights Citizens Association and
these thes resolutions have been duly dulsent sent
to the the Commissioners Commis sioners Of f the District
G Op bi > to this time timeilOweverno however no steps
have been been t ta taken keliVlo ke 1 to tor o remedy r medY fredy the the thenuis nuis ¬
ance a fce
At Hhe the last meeting oftIreaSSo of the asso
cEatlbn ciLti n he held ld March Marcii 7 a 3 communica c ¬
tion tion Was Was cvas rea read d from the District Di trfct Health HealtIr
Officer Otncer which was wa a reply to a letter r
written by Dr Benjamin F Gibbs
The letter justified the failure of the
authorities to a abate bate the nuisance nuis nce on on
two twogrup grounds ds The first was that
there Is no sewer available for the
drainage of the premises in North
Court C urt
r rThe The T TeseCOJ1d ie eseCOJ1d second was that hat the owners
of p the the property are ar nonresidents
Authorities Expla in
ItIs It ls cla ClaIinedby claimed imed by the association as ociaton and an d
b rtfQ rif4as me as Its presIQent reslUent that tbatthe the first firs t
groun giou giound ic d l is is based on a mistake of fact f tbe be ¬
t cause c Zu5cthere there is l a sewer in in Steuben St ben street
which n v hich fchho 1 borders 1 orders riersthe the propertv pr0ger v on the south
side and nioveover there is a water
main in thesan the same e street These two
conditions c ondltionsthe the water main m inand and the
sewer s iwer are ar t all ill that ha tIs Is required according
to the t e law la for the tli he local authorities to set
In motion thiegal th th1al l ial machinery machin ryto to com ¬
pel p l the owners of the pro property perty to con ¬
nect the h houses llOU esvitll with the sewer Sew er an and d the
w water t r Jhalri mai
t When Im we call on on the Commissioners
Sfondsiy 1 op1 y morning 1 we we will flI call c all their at ¬
tent teptron ion to the th further fact f ct that the act
of Coiigress D kress approve approved d Slay JIa 13 1896
seems seeD fto jto to apply to this case caseand and to afford
a complete com leteremedy remedy
k Qile ol f of the provisions of this act Is
that thatlf lf r the nonresident propertyown ¬
ers ers rail rfiu to make the desired desIr ed sewer con
nections n llecl3onL ci nS after due uenotcethe notice the work wor k kcan can
be b done dotur by the he District DiSttictg government ver > rinientnnd and
paid for out of the t eemer emergency gcpc fund
fTliere are fine iiI1 houses hous s within wlthln250 ithiii250 250 fee 1
of o t North oJth court
Woman DeniT Deni DenidD Damages I11ages inages A7Zt Aciiuist 1St Ma
Who Who Jilted Jiltedfler Her HerBecau Becaufe < eShe She
Had Tubercu Tubeftulos los is
SEATTLE SE TlLE yash SJ1 March IS N <
man should be mulcted in damages clalnag S wh <
breaks a promise he has made to
awpman a woman who whohe he afterward learns I
afflicted a with tuberculosIs
This was the thl opinion Ii llongiven given by by Su ¬
perior p prI01Judge rI01Judge Judge Albertson Albelt on irr in passing
motion to strike out certain questions
propounded propqup ed in lnsuitof suit of Roperta E
against Mayor Zook of Ballard ir
which l1ich the young woman seeks to re
cover from him 125000 2500fJ damages d mages
breach of promise >
In Inan an answer filed by the mayor l
a dmitted that thathe he had promised to marn
the young wjoman wDmanand woman and would have dpn <
BO 8 q had he not discovered dlsco ered after his prom pr om
Ise lseWasmad was made that she was affected
tuberculosis <
The courroecrared COJrt coiirtec ec tartd thai in a marriage
contract contra i three parties partlcswe were ee concerned
the mn 7 < n tl the a woman vomaJlnnd rnnn and the state sta t am an
that tJie 11eStut iui statehad baU the right to
any marriage which whi h would be
to It welfare el are
The petted vcttedy vcttedyung young ung beauty In the car
riage looked with dismay disma at the mu
thatlay thatJa between her h r and the sidewalk sidew lk
I think It it was Sir Walter Raleigh Rah lgh
she sheaId j jaid aid that thatthrow threw his cloak upon
ground on a certain memorable occa ¬
sign slpnin in order that his Queen might not
get g t her shoes muddy mud d
Youre my queen q eep all right rcpll
the young ounG oun man m n in the case case but if Sir
Walter Ralelghliad Rae1gli 1iad been beent n clerk at 15 15 a
w week ek 3ie would WOuldhav have done one exactly what
Im going to t do
Whereupon hi ha h carried her to the side
walkbut waSk but he did dJdlt it ao nicely that = > f
forgave him hlmCllicaso Gliicago Tribune
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Conditions Are Off Offensive nSlve and Locality Is Considered a Menace to HealthPresident President Bundy The Ground Is Littered Wt With 1 h Scrap T Tin m Cans ans tnd nd Rubbish of All Xi Kinds n as
Bryan Would Wou ld Impr Imprison ison
Criminal CriminalTrust Trust Ban Ba ndits dits
Praises Prais s President But Thinks Thin kS He HeHas Has NotYet Not Yet
Gone Far Enough EnoughSmiles Smiles at Mention
of Candidacy
MINNEAPOLIS lfL NEAPOLIS March March arch 13 13W lW W J 3
Bryan in man an Interview here said
President Roosevelt is doing very ve 6
I well we n but b ct hardly bar dl f far a r enough el ugh at least lea st
not yet et The most important thing In
fighting 1 trusts is hLlO it to enforce the crim ¬
mat laws which whichmenwho men who run large cor ¬
porations are constantly breaking br aking and a nd
with no more concern concernthan than If they were
not on the statute boo boo1 ks s A few big
men in the penitentiary p niten azy would make
the rest obedient obe dient to tothe the law
I The reorganized reors Ilz d Democracy Dem D mocrttcy c i iy y will be
Assisted in First Concert by Several
Accomplished A c omp sh d Musicians Musi MusiciansMr ia ziSMr Mr
Gompers G F sMakes Makes Address Ad r ss
oi i
The first of f a t series ser I 3 pf o concerts c c rt s for f
the working wo rking people p eople df f Washington Washipgton
was given last nipht ll gt g t in in National Nu onal Rifles ftles
Armory bya bYagr by a group oUPOt of f wellknpwn ellk nQSffi musi musiclans
clans Samuel Gompers Gompe rB president of
the American crican Federation of Labor La bor un ¬
der the auspices of ofwhich which w hich the series eri s w will vill ill
be given made ma e the introductory speech
in which he paida pad a high tribute to to11iss Miss Iiss
Marie von Unschuld who w l t i is s s responsible
for the innovation innova tion t
Assisting Miss Uns Unschuld huld in the pro ¬
gram were Miss 1llS E Kdna Ed Edna na Scott Smith
contralto LucIen Conen violinist Ern Em ¬
est Lent cellist and andthe the Misses Kath
erine SlacNeal 2Iacealand and Mildred Kolb ac ¬
Miss 1IS8 Unschuld gave several interest ¬
ing piano numbers nu bers including Liadows
Musical Box Boxr Boxebers Webers r ebers Invitation to
the Dance and a ii Liszt rhapsodle
Miss Smith is regarded d as one of
Washingtons foremost singers and her
beautiful voice olce was w s heard in several
songs MacDgwells Deserted was
1 especially pecLllly well given and at the end of
her program prO Tam numbers she responded
with Bischoffs Good Night Sweet
I Dreams
Mr lIrConn Conon and Mr Lent gave delight
fu f rreadings readings and their work formed an
I Important and most Interesting inter sting part of
the program
Miss MacNeal r lC eal and Miss Kplb KOlh per ¬
formed their work as accompanists accomp nists in
1 an exceptiorfnlly clever manner
The next working peoples concert
will be given on Sunday evening
I IApril April 2
I The funeral of David D Yid E Pine who for
several years occupied a responsible
position in the the theregistry r rregistry registry division of o the
city postofliee will take place from his
I late residence re Sidence 601 P street northwest
tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock and
I I will be in charge of the th lodge and com
I mandery mander of which he was a member
Mr Pine died yesterday morning of
I I typhoid fever after a brief illness i1lnessat at
his hi late residence For over twenty
years years ears he had been employed in the
I postolllce jj stofUce and was highly esteemed by b
his associates a ociates
He was 15 a member C of St Johns
Lodge Iod e No 11 F A A AM M Columbia
It A 4 Chapter No No1 1 Columbia Com
mandery No 2 K T r and Almas Tem ¬
ple of the Mystic Shrine Shr xe
I II At the Academy Aca cn last night Shepards
I moving pictures were again displayed to
an audience that tested the capacity of
the theater th atc and an received the offerings
with unstinted applause
The feature of the evening was that of
the late inauguration ceremonies The
crowds crow s were there the grandstands
filled with people the marching soldiers
land and civilians the President at various
stages of the ceremonies and the fire ¬
works at night were all shown
In addition to the inauguration pic ¬
tures tile program included pictures of a
pathetic palh Uc nature comedy views histori ¬
cal subjects grotesque creations and
spectacular petac lar conceptions They were all
jod od and andwele were 11 heartily arUJ applauded by b
i i ie e appreciative audience au iencp
radical Of this I lam am sure There is is
not roo room m for 10 1 tw two Oconsc conservative rva tIye parties parti es
and we wehope hope to fix it so that tliatthcre there will
not be room for one I will wili wilinot not not pretend
to say what the issue will be but the
I party will be 11 radical
And with wi hi the reorganized Democracy Democrac
I controlled by the radical radi radical al wing will
you be a candidate again for the Pres Frc s ¬
idency Mr Bryan smiled broadly
j Its It really re ally too early for that that 4 he
said Sufficient unto the day is the
evil thereof
Had a aLarge Large arge English Vocabulary Vocab lalY and
Imitated Many M ny Feathered
Songsters S ngsters
Jack is dead de ad and great is the grief in
the tb National Natio n l11useum Museum
Jack was w s probably the liveliest speci sped ¬
men that ever vcr inhabited that tha t hall hahlof of
antiquities Just Jus t twhere where he came from fromor or
when no one about the Museum MuseuInseems seems
to know for the late lamented was a
veteran an d this when said of an In ¬
habitant of the NaUonallIuseum National Museum means
almost an a ic inlinlty of years
What Vii Viit t caused the demise can be only
surmised The Museum long ago dis ¬
pensed with the services of o r ra a bir bir bird d doc ¬
tor and when Jack was taken sick he
WRJ WP left to figure out ways and an d dmeans means
cr l getting ge Ung well again as best he night m ight
The corpse is now now in the hands of the
Museum taxidermist Jack It is said
will have a permanent place on the
For the Information of the few who
did not boast a personal acquaintance
with withthe the deceased it might be explained
that Jack was a crow and a more mis ¬
chievous member of the tribe tribeCorU Corvus
Americanus it would be difficult f to find 1 n
Even the birds owner did did not know lena
the extent of Jacks vocabulary vocabular for be
sMu a seemingly unlimited How of Eng ¬
lish the bird was often heard Imitating
a canary canar bird a dog a turkey turl < y and oth ¬
er animals and birds
LAKEWOOD N J March 13 13Pres Pres ¬
ident Harper of the University of 01 Chi
cage ago is coming here to recuperate rec per perat te John
IX D 1 Rockefeller will meet him on arrival
and has hasarrange arranged d for his hi itay Ita tay
After that he may go abroad as san an
nounced yesterday
rs tl I 4 4th th
curse L1LJ 1 1 1r r S ¼
DrunkenficcB Drun1e VUnkcancc c cG G Cured to Stay stn Curc < B 1tY 0y
No taste tnsteNo 2fo To odor Any AuywoJnnnfcan woman can
give it ittin In glass of water tea coffee oz Qe o
I food without wlth ut patients patientSnOWlc knowledge dle
Wlilte 11Ite Ribbon Rib im Remedy Ti Tiin V in I il c cure ijrp o or r 4 ieslroy l roy ro
f the dlseaedaI diseased appetite > llet tefor for alftilcphollif aU aChol LlcttoliC tUirnUs dlitrl ks
whether rIi llie he patient pa ell Is a cDhlifiiied Onfrmcd Inebriate
a H tippler sOcial tl al CdrJ1lielQtQ11nllIQ drinker of 4rynl iruriltarI r4
Impoaislble for anyone anyonetohl to have an anap appetite elHe
for Qr alcoholic liquors nttet after using p5ln Wh White teU Rlblwn b n
Rcmctly It it ha hall made many l itany thpusaxi thp tiipiini fa o of
permanent cures curo and i in innddltloh j addition restores r sWres the
victim ictiri to normal health hea1thstea steadying ngtlQ the nerves f lrves
I IncreaaIn p the will iIl power P9 cr and an ddet determination 1I111nation
to resist temptation
I Jndo Indorecd cd by Memb Mernber JIof of i a Womana
Christian Temperance Union Phy > hy
olciana HoopitalB Clergymen Cle gY111en
ana Temperance Workers
Write Dr W R Brown 11roWI118 ilS 1S Trcmort frirur St
Boston for trial package and letter o 0J ad ui
vice lce trs In plain sealed scaJedenvclope i envelop erIVe lOJe All 11 let
ters co fldentlal and destroyed destrpyedsoon soon as an
Kweret fwered l
Whf e i Ribbon Remedy Fold by b by druggist
ever erwhcre where also sent s ntbY by mall In plain pack ¬
age a price nc SlCw 100 OO
Ja JaOO OOreCOmniende
Sold dl and recommended d by specla
a agent nent ent In Washington stevens Drug
store penns1 l lave ave and Ninth t
His Ma Matrimonial trimonial rimonial Offer to Widow Fair
hurs t tCostHim Cost Him 225 Pounds PoundsEven Even
if Intoxicated
1 1sizes
LONDON March l 13 tAt At Liverpool LiVeI1 > OOlaS as ¬
sizes on Saturday before btfore Ju Justice stice Wills j 1j
Martha a Falrhurst F airhurst3 a widow of Ormskirk
sued st lJames James A W p OHara for breach of I Ist
promiseot promise of marriage I
Both parties parttesare are middleaged and were i
in the same humbU circumstances circumstancesuntii until
the defendants aunt died d ed and left 21 H
000 which with the theexceptIon exception of sev ¬
eral small legacies went iC1tt > to QHara and
his twosls two sisters sis sisCers Cers rs OHara O rtar Jheri then began beg n to
court plaintiff plafn plaltitiff t ffb because U e as sher her counsel
explained C he h wanted Walt d s pme me rnebady ijody bo lY to take
care of i dm I lm lim t H
MarLJ Mad Made ij Offer ff
At first th tJ the p > bought l uiht O OfI OTara Etara ra
was was merely mere ly c chaf Hm 1ia jbui but uthe he declar
ed e dhe he was Iii iegS et r doirged Qurgedhe I urged her r to
think it itov over r He e se doffiitly u uently 1t wrote wr te to
her and an d last AtgiJSl A1 eac < H a l r her a a formal
offer of marria marriagt i iS fij ciiresence resence ot her
daughter f 4 7jf iJ
She accepted him 1dm jSome oine me time later laterth the thi
defendant Invitee W6 io of o t the womans
neighbors to the w wdirig ading dingThe The defend ¬
ants ardor aL1 rdor dor then suddenly sUddenlv cooled and
when the bridetobIS bridetol wrote wrot demanding
an explanation he did didnot lid not reply r pl
The defense was that t at if ifan any promise
wcs we made OHara OI Tarn was wl1sin in in drink at atthe the
timt tim and not responsible re ponsible for what he
said He I he was described as a chronic
drunkard who had a weakness for ask ¬
ing women td t to marry him when in drink
I Awarded 225 22 Pounds
A lady giving gIvJrgevidence evidence for OHara
said aid that he had asked her as well as
her mother an and d sister to be his wife
Another witness said that two or three
other ather women were waiting the result
of the present prese nt action a uon before going for
the defendant for f0m sOlIatium s lIatlum for blighted
The jury awarded Mrs Fairhurst 2225 225
Murderer Shoots Two wo Policemen and
Is IsThe Then Killed KilledWife Wife at
News Ne s Drops Dead
DENVER March 13 13George George Sehlstler
shot and killed Mr rr and Mrs lrs 1C KFiII K Fill and
their son In their home yesterday He
then set fire to the house
While attempting atte mpting to arrest Schlatler
Police Capt Ca pt William V Iiam Bohanna and Po ¬
lice Surgeon Frank Dulin were shot by
him and seriously wounded Schlstler
barricaded barricadedhlm hlm himimeif ielf and held h ld a lurge l11g
force ot or policemen po lice men at bay bn for severa l
hours many mar shots being exchanged
The Th desperate desperate desperateman man fInally was killed
by b r lT lTndor Pu ndor er Sheriff Felix ONeill
Mrs Schistler dropped dead when she sh
heard of the tragedy
There r had been trouble between
Schlstler and the Fills over a lawsuit
n = u c = cc
Society Formed F in Chicago hicago to Br ing in g Strangers in inv i v th th the City
Together o ogeth geth gethe e r on n Social Basis Bas BasisThree Three heeHundre Hundred at
> the FIr First t Meeting q 1
CHICAGO March 13 131Iorc More than 200
lonesome lones me p people 1unge hungering ing for the com ¬ 1 1lones
panionship of friends gathered at the
first tlr t open meeting of the Social Inter ¬
course courSe course Guild held at the Ifine jtrts art
Building ° Drawn together tog ther from trQmdifCEient trom different
cities and towns they the discussed dlsCUSS l the
lonesomeness which hmeh besets those thofdwho who
are strangers In a big city and who
Ion long g for some one onewhom whom they can call
Funeral Serv ices to Be Held at the
Family Res Residence idence Tomorrow T morr ow
Funeral services servic swiU will be held over the
remains of Rear Adm AdmIral iral George A tns ins
Bright IT S N retired tomorrow tomorrGwft ft f t
ernoon at 3 oclock o chock at the family fa nn resi
dlri dencu c 3336 1516T T street northwest northw 5t The
services s sertices rvices will n ii be becon conducted conduc dp tedbY ed by b the tl1eRey Rev Re
IL U L G I B i Pierce PIer ce of ofAIl All hl Souls Sm11s4 Sm11s4Unitnrian Unitarian
Chiirch l u ch h The remains r mains will be cremated
Admiral Adll1lra l Bright was was a surgeon in In the e
civil war war later a amedical medical director and
at one time head of theNaval Hospital
He djed dedat d Led at the age ageof of sixtyseven s sixty seven yearfi car I
at 615 yesterday morning at the Gar
field Hospital A widow widowione one son George
Adams A anlsBrlg Bright < ht jr jran and da a daughter Miss Ilss
Mary m iary Bright survive
Admiral Bright was a native of Ban
gor Me 0 He attended Bowdoin College
and Johns Hopkins University At the
outbreak of the civil war he became
an assistant surgeon later gained the
grade of surgeon and after taking and
passing an examination attained att ined th the
highest Tank ank in that department departm nt Ho
served s rY d all through the war and was
Inter In ter stationed in France rance and Spain He
was frequently 1r Juently known among the sur ¬
geons as The best read man in the he navy naY <
Several Sev ra years ears ago he was retired with
the rank of rear adm iral and put p t in
charge of the Naval 1V11 Hospital The cause cause
ot his death was septic poisoning from fr m
which he had been suffering for sbms me
time ard ar recently rccntl had an operation per pe ¬
formed in the tllehopes hopes of getting relit re1i t
The r operation was unsuccessful
Tt IB i > said that Admiral Bright was a
I distant connection eonn < ction of President John
Quincy Adams
ATLANTIC CITY March 13 i3Mrs Mrs A L
J Bamberger of Philadelphia a visitor
at the St Charles lost on the beach
a pendant necklace set with twenty twent
three stones and undwllich which is valued at SSOO 800
Daniel Glmbel of Philadelnhia Phila elnhJa while
riding a pony on the beach lost his hi >
gold watch valued at over 51CO 100 A Acor score sco
of persons were digging in the sand and to ¬
day du for the lost valuables but without
I result t
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More lore Than Delighted i
1 qJ4l J4l With the favor with which we have been re ¬ 1
ceived ceivt d Our openin g announcement of last i
4 JS week resulted in in exactly exictlv sixtytwo orders for
9 k kk k A Aspilti sprin s prin g suits on Saturday Sturda last lastand and were were we ie en ¬
t titled to it it Our French canvas ctnv S front shown show n
RL in Ilh cut cutis is is placed 1 in in every coat coatIT coitl IT 1 WILL i
t k z zI I HOLD ITS I rs SHAPE ALWAYS AL VV A YS Vere str strict s trict ict ¬
c 1 ly IYCllstOI1l custom tailors and m d ask only a t fair price price 1
f 44 44for for our goods goodsbut but we e guarantee lit ntthats thats ht s +
I t e Mmit Mmitworth j worth w rth something sornL thlng thlngisnt isnt it i
I Is Special SPIcI ii for this week weekA A soft finish finis h t
+ 4 black 111 l iCI ck Thibet I liihL t Cheviot or fancy 0
t st del Worsted Vorset 1 Suiting Suitin g gmade made to t or 4 1 1500 5 A 4g vv A + I
many 17 311 Y styles 9 tyles to s select elCC t from Call or 0 writs wr ita for fa r +
t + samples Open Saturday Saturd y evenings eveiiina
Merchant Tailors IOO2 F Street
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Mrs Harriet HnrietICing King Davis gave a
short s h hrtoutline rtoutline outline of o the th b object bJec bJectoftheguild toftheguild of the guild
which w hl i Is to br bring bring ing together to gether strangers str < 1l1g rS
in the city who wish to become be omeacquaint acquaint acquaint ¬
ed The city c ltriS is is to o be su sjbdfvided bdivided iJd vlie d Into
districts distr icts and nd those th se Hying Hyingin In these these dis ¬
tricts will nih have h ve an n opportun opp opportuilt rturiity ity to be ¬
come co meacquaint acquainted by meeting at private
residences at card parties par ties niusicales niu Slca ies
and d other forms of social s pcial entertainment enterWn ment
I 1 I
I I IRev Rev Re Carl Ci l G Doney Ioneyto to Have I ye Charge har e of
Hamline Ham1i HamiineDinibarjon eD Dumbarton 1lIDb rton to Have H ve
New N V Clergyman Clergym p <
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Two changes have been b enannollnc announced dl1 n 1
tie pastorates Das as t trafes orates of o f the 1h loc local l r Methodist e c1 st
churches At Atthe the fourth ioufthquarterly quarterly meet meet ¬
lag ingot of the Hamline Hamlin M IE E Church the the
members melD ersd decided c ae d dto to h invite yite the tl e Rev Re e Carl
Q G Boney Oney at t present presentpaSt9riJf pastor of th the ti e King
Avei Ae Aetue riue iue Church h of f Columbus Ohio lo to
take tak charge c hnrgeTheR The Rev Re Dr Lucien L1i ie1 1 Clark
the present present pastor pJ tOr will ill assume assume the
pastorate pfthe of the church left by his suc ¬
cessor cesso I
Although a a young oung man the Re Rev Mr
Dpnqy Don Donv y is snldto snd gq d tobcnn to be rtn n eloquent eloquentspeaker spea speaker ker
and a nd of no small Influence infiuencein in the Ohio >
The second change Is announced by b
the Dumbarton Avenue Y enue nuellC M 1 E Ch Church rch
whose pastor P2stor the Rev Re FH F H Haven Hav Havenner nher her i
will retire at the heclos close closeof of the t e year No o
new charge has as yet been settled OP o
for the theIetfrIng retiring minister nor has his
successor been b en chosen
It is iscxpected expected by the theRey Rev Dr H R R
2Snylor nlorthe the presiding elder of the Wash ¬
ington district that within the theliext text iext two
weeks weeks all quarterly qu rterly conferences in this
city will have been beel1completed completed It is
possible that other othefcha changes nge s smay may be an ¬
nounced later
1 On March Mar ch 29 the theBaltImor Baltimore annual annu l con
ievence which is i the th oldest in In connec c pnnec
tlcn wltn witnthe the Methodist Church will be
i I heW m in this city > at the Foundry Foundr M L
E Church
l aJllll1 II
I ICredit Credit for Everyone
11 Gompieto Homefurnishers R
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I HI Specials
100piece 1 00 00piece piece Dinner Sets Se ts neat II
shapes sh lPes pretty prettdeCOrdtiol1S decorations
m regular price pr Ice I t M
dueed 10 1 specially p to claIl re T 1 0 0 5
Tf HXypiece Dinner Sets pret j
Jliil 2t ty t floral decorations gold j
4 lines very yeryhand hand
tm somelv s shaped aped rv a fQ fl ms 4jZj
AA pieces pl e special sp ciJI 3 4 > 3f 31 VO 9 y 8
price pnce
lfii1 100piece Dinner Sets very er iREf
d handsome decoratldns decor t tl ns etc
gant w v a a r e BIi
very prettily 1 t l i tfc r T E q
shaped big 4 > 15 75 J iIiR
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lJi 103piece 103pieceF French ncho Dinner I in I n n mm > C r m II
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and shaped S Uipe l P f f f j f
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size duced SiZ t1ced e pieces p to e ce > re 2 0 30 JJ is l
irict Toilet T olJct Sets s t injcluding ltlCJUd h slop SIO P 1
111 4i V jar several mvtmahstylc Ycral styles stylc a decora PB ¬ B
tions to choose ChO S < O r f Q
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H Hprice Ei 4 price Prmc H 11
II r j Whan Wh t hn n in doubt buy buy of a II
7th I Eye Sts 1 NW N V I j II
wo Thousand Th sa 1a D Delegates feg tes Expected Ex pected at
Gathering Which Whi hTakes Takes Place Pl Plc c e on
Anaivcisai A 1 1iversi1 y Y Yof of Herzts rz rs Death D th
VIENNA VIE Xo farch far < 1113H 13 13It It has b s been beend def f ¬
initely mite y arranged arrilrig d that th t tc tthe c the Zionist Con n ¬
ress shall meet mee t tat at 3aselonTuly Basel on July 27 2 the
HebreW W anniversary tmnlversaryolHerzls of Herzls death d th
The difficulty dffi ulty of finding a a place of
rncttlrjr tfnalogerom arose from the fact that the
previous revlouscongresRes congresses had been held In a
which wh whlwa vh cli lwa wa was iec recently ntly condemned Otdeinqe d as
not providing prQvIdInga a sufficient utfi ient number of
exits hr case of fire
A Anew new hall 1 l1I is be ing erected r ctcd with with withaU all
speed peedand and a ndefipite definite un der ¬
standing l3n ingl has as been < g1ven that tlatft It will b 00
in time for torth the congress cong ess to be
in it =
Tie retown town of Basel Ba El is naturally anxious
to lose the ve vet7 er considerable on taer b i ad advan an ¬
arising out of the annual annuaJpres annualprenc presence nc
of between 2000 200and and nd 3000 Zionists
Receipts Recdp of If the Washington Vashlngtonpostotfic6 postofSce
tot orthe the month montho of February Febru 1Y amounted ant unted to
90122 012209 9an an Increase in rease of of179Ul 179111 I7SLThuver > over ver the
revenue for the th same s me month In l 1904
when the receipts were were tvere SS3S09S
Every EvCl month rponthhows shows a it substantial subst ntial In ¬
creaseover seovertbe over the receipts celpta of the lastyea last yeaj ear i
To oKeep Keep WelL Well
Itls It is easy to tQke keep m = well If Jtwe we would
only onI observe obs rve each ach day a few simple s mpfe
rules tulesoh rules of health am
The allIm alll ahlIrnportant 1IJoHant portant thing Is Is stcikeep to keep the
stomach stoJl1achright3Iid right and to do this It itis it Is not t
necessary ec ssary to diet or to follow followa a set rule
br Or bill of fare re Such SiIch pampering simply sI pJY
makes makes a capricious capriciousappetlte appetite and a fee l l ¬
ing that certain ce tpfn favorite f yorlteartlclcs articles ardcl of rOOd
must nest be baolded avbided
PrSfessor Fr tessor WIe WIechold holdglvespretty gives pretty good
advice < on this subject he says says I lam am
sixtyeight years ears old and have haven never ver had
a serlus illness and at the same time
my m y life has been largely so n Indoor Indoo one
but I I early discovered discoveredthat that the way to
keep healthy ea1t ywasto was to keep k a a healthy hei thy
stomach not n tby by eating bran br n crackers crackers or
dieting of any sort on ontbe the contrary c ntrary I
always eat what m my appetite craves crav sbut but
daily daUyorthe for the past Jasteight eight years I have
made it a practice to take one oneor or two wo fit of
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets Tab1 ts after each
meal m a1aI1alattrIbu al and I attribute e my robust robust health
for a amaI man pf o > my age JO the he jregklar Ieg ardaUy dally
use uscOf of Stuarts s Tablets Tabl tS
My physician phy icI Ji ilrlt first advised dvlsed me m to use
them them because be J1se he he1 said f l they th ey were W r perfect P rtect ¬
ly harmless and n were not not a 1l a secret pat ¬
cut ple medicine iclne but u contained cont 1ned only the the
natural digestives peptones and anddias dias ¬
tase and after using them themaf a few wweeks weeks
I I have never n yerceased ceased to thank him h m for
lila 1ilsadvlce advice
IhonestIy I honestly believe the habit ha i of taking
Stuarts Dyspepsia Q sp pslaTablcts Tablets after att r meals
is the real health habife habit because th their 1r
use brings brlngshealth health to tHe tlieslckand s ick and ailing
and preserves health to to the thewell th well w elI and
Men hin and women past fifty years of age
need a s safe afe digestive at after me meals to In
sure suIca a perfect dlgesttotlADd digestion and to ward off
disease and the safest best known and ari d
most mo twlde1y widely used is Stuarts Dyspepsia
Ta Tablets blets
They Tn rh are round Jind in every V ty wellregulated l
househPld house oldfrom f front roih Maine to t California CaIiroIna and
in Great Britain BritaIIlandUstraIfa and Australia are rap
idly pushing their way Va into intop popular puIai7 fa
vor or
AIL All druggists sell IIS Stuarts uarfsDlE uarfsDlEepsia Dyspepsia epsia
Tablets full sized slzedpackagela packages at cOt a O cents eJ >
and for a weak wealcstomach stomach a afiftyccnt fiftycent
package p ckage svlll il1 often oIteudo do fifty dollarsw dollars worth rth
of good goo f
3Pancy i ancy POTATOES Stock 54c bu 15c pk
I Apples APpl es 30o pk
Large Ii Lemo Lomons12c ejuo us P lac doz
ar J 3 T z D s pss S
48 La s ave Jve6 6 Other OtherStores t Stores
I rGO 600D UOD S STEftS STE1 srb 3b 25 25c j
T Cal CaL Hams T 7fcl1 c llx lb >
1 Pork v 9c 9lhcIIJ llx lb
I T 3 ibs Butc Butchers hers Lard Lard2Ec 25c T
T 4 4cansToIjritoe cans Tornatoesv > 25 < s
6 6cans cans Peas Fea s 25c c
I IL IPORiOU L Lr PORTOSJhreeSlorss r I PORiOU PORFThThroe ThreeStares Soes 1
i N J Ave and F St nw W Third St st
I and Mass lia s Ave nw Fifteenth Pifte nth
t and Maryland Ave ne <
Means as much as zs it it
does dQesonsilverware on silverware
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I 1 plA T 7 1 J n O Talking TalkingllaCbineS Machines
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I Best BestaI1d and most perfect in ths tl th
II world Wer1 d For sale S ale wholesale who II2al or O rr rro re o I
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J I John J hn F Ellis CO
937 93 Pa A Ave VE >
In i in n the tiu ItItch kitchen en range rie You will m
find fi hd It a most 1l10 stsatIsfactory satisfactory fuel fu ltm for
cooking It tco costs ts only only a fraction frac tion of
I Ithe the price pll e of f coal
J5 5 b Large Co Cole ke delivered deli ereds Si 50
4i 40 bu Large Coke delivered deUver delivered370 370 O
CO bu Large Li ge Coke deliV dell delivered red5Ta r d 5a
25 bu QuCrush bu Crushed d Coke dellveredS303 delfv dtlivered red3J 3OJ
40 bu Crushed Cru hedCoke Coke Coker r dElt dellveredJ46D delivered eridSU 4tl i
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