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2 THE THEW1 WASHINGTON SHJNGTONTLIES TIMES TUESDAY TIIESDAYMARCH MARCH 21 1905
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INDOOR PRACTICE r r
FOB FIRST TIME T1M
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Threatening Weather Drives I
Ball 3allT Team am to Gym ynl
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DO STUNTS ON N APPARATUS
After AfterWarming Warming Up Players Try Their
Muscle scle on onBa Bars and Rings
Pitchers at Work
UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYOFVIRGINIACHAR OF VIRGINIA CHAR
LOTTESVILLE L Va March March21 21 21The The
Senators Senators encountered cn ountered today the first bad
weather of the the prellinlnary prelhii pre flinInar na rY practice sea ¬
son
A heavy heavyra rain n fe fell ll illast last night and today
Itls it is bleak and chilly Though there was
hardly a sprinkle to be felt this morn ¬
ing it was was thought best tohaye to have indoor
practice rather than thana a workout on the
damp ground
Ten oclock found the players on the
main floor of the university gymnasium gymnasium
Like a bunch of schoolboys the theball ball
tossers went around trying every piece
of apparatus before they settled down aown own
to work
Pitchers Warm Up
All the pitchers warmed up Jacob
sen senand and Wolfe Wolfe being the thellrstp first pair ir to
get in inmolion motion Hughes and ndPatten Patten
came next and then t en Townsend
At 11 work was suspended and the
men were wer e egiven given opportunity to show
what stunts they could perform perfo m on
gymnasium apparatus Some of the
players showed themselves themselv s adepts
and made some creditable redlt bleperform perform ¬
ances anceson on the flying rings side sidehors horse
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horizontal bars etc
Hughes created considerable amuse ¬
ment by b putting putUngna oh on a fenclngmaslt fencing mask and
acting in the capacity of o backstop
Manager Stahl enjoyed enjoyedthe the exercise exercISe xereis
on the quarter quartercir quarter 0 circle leboard board Joe Cas Ca C s
sidys s a specia s c1a lty lt was was on n the th flying fl irig rings
while hnc Nill Nih performed perf rmed on nUi the horizontal 1 t1 t
bars c
I Mullin lfullindevoted devoted some little time to the
grip and andwrist wrist machines a
The Themorningworl morning work ended with twenty T
laps around the running track h
11 1181G Bill TIM TIMn n SULLIVAN t
Q17CQ SIZES OILLO IL8 IIP U UF UIQ H 1118 mo 1 0 JUB lOB J in ft
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Says S Sayseing s1 Being ing Member of Congress ongre s Is on
> 7 t the e IBuin B mCalls Calls Politics Po litics
0 Grtat Gte Gre at t Game G me x
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NEW YORK YORK March 2L 2LR 2LRepresenta Representa presenta ¬
five tlveBtg Big Tim Sullivan left for fora a three I
weeks vacation at the Arkansas Hot I
Springs
This Thisgamc game of being a Representative
is 1 on the he bum bU bump m declare d Sulllvaj SUI IIva before be to te
leaving The people over over in Washing ¬
ton ton however have got the thcgam game sized
up and they the y dont think t inkanj any more of ofa a
Uopresentatlye than they would of orn a
wooden w oden lndi Indian nln In front of ofa a cigar store
1Vh Vhy they hitch horses to toCongre Congress s
members memberswhcnever whenever they want to use se
them
i irealg Great realg game game me there there Wh Why they theyn run in
a long ong for i few iewdavsIn days in the House e eT T talk ¬
ing ng about a bout something someU ngnobodj nobody under
stkrids tM tMc tids fa S and I1d then t en they announce anno unc they
will c vote yot y o on Ta abl1lin a bill in ten days 1 1wlH
B By that time Im disgusted and come
over to New York Yofkto io forget Congress
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Finally I I see something somcthlngln in the newspa ¬
pers to remind me of It and I go back
in time tim to vote vot I
I ll1n find dthe theyre re getting onto the th tho e game I II
o on the Bowery Bower too tooFew Few days da rs ago a
shine guy came camelnto into the Occidental o
Hotel Hgtel and andaslted asked for or Representative Sul ¬
livan A seedylooking 5 eed IO Oklng affair at the h ebar bar
speaks up and says I I
Representative Sullivan Why I
Just sent him up to Lyons restaurant resl urant to
get a plate PJateof of beef and nd fer er me Oh
yes theyre sizing up Representatives 03
the Bowery ty b nOw
o PYTHIAN PYTHIANGRAND GRAND BALL
FOR ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENTFUND FUND
The grand graD < balarranged ball arranged by the com ¬
bined lodges of the Improved Order
Knights of Pythias was given last
night at the theMaeonic Masonic Temple
The a affa atf tf ir 1ras was as given to raise ralscful1ds f mids to
t I entertain the th delegates to thecon the convention venUoti
t of the Supreme Lodge of Improved Or ¬
der Knights of o fPythlas Pythias tobe to be licld l cld in
this city cft September Sept mbe r25 2o i
The delegates and executives were jis as as
follows C T Schveglercliairman S hwcg ler Cl1alrman and
supreme prelate Oecasl Occasia Lodge No 1
H Jager W V Ruckdaschel L 1 1 Brandt
A R R Schuerger Charles Graefe Alfred
Worch William Tell Lodge No Ko5 5 K
Egolf EgolfC C Bcllsteiri John Kraft Kraft J Brug
ger P Bachschniid National Lodge
No No6 6 W V Scott West George Vroom
William Schorr J Murphy W V F j
Kobcy Robc H Merriam 1
There were v re five fiecommitlees committees as follows
Reception Receptlol1commltteeV committee committeeW W Scott West
chairman H Jager George Vroom J 1
Butler TV Huckdnsehel J Forney C
Hanimel Hammeland and B Baltz Waltz altz
Garderobe committee committeeYillIaro William Schorr
chairman J 3 ASchu A Schuerger rg er T Euglert
and Gust GU Schoene
Floor F1orcommltt committee C CP P f Bachschmirt Bachsc hmhl
chairman J Harrigan G Hauf J
Kuhn G F Schuerger chueT erlom Tom Callahan
and Henry Xander
Refreshment Refr shment committee commltteeJohn John Kraft
chairman L Brandt BranrltV W F Robey S
Gusgenhelmer J 3 R Bryan P Dittes
J 3 Murphy F Feber Weber r eber WillIam Achter
kirchen H Achterkirchcn Acht rklrchen A A Herzog
H Wassman Was man William Fleming G
Fogle FogleC C Seitz
Finance Ffnancecomm1ttelC committee committeeC C Beilstein Be l1steln chair ¬
man C TSchwegler T Sehwegler C Egolt
ICE FLOES APPEAR
MANY MILES MILESAT AT SEA SE l
ST JOHNS N F Fr r March 2l 21Incom Incom ¬
ing s hipping and advices from the north north ¬
ern em coasts where the sealing fleets Jlcetsur arc <
now operating report the worst ice
blocka blockade de ever known Ice floes extend I
hundreds of miles seaward Along the
northern northernc coast ast ice is packed in heavy hea 7
flinty fields elds
These also extend out from the Gulf of o
St Lawrence past St Pierre Micjuelon
thence south beyond Sable Island slandmd and an
eastward beyond b yond Cape Race R ce closing
Placentia Bay Steamers Steam rs have hq e been un ¬
able to enter en er the bay for ten days <
WALTER LENNOX DEAD
ACTOR FIFTYTWO FIFTr WO YEARS YEAR 3
PHILADELPHIA March 21 2L1Vaitcr Walter r
6 Lennox Lennoxfs is dead at his home here at a t
the age of seventytwo He entered contcre 1
the t e thea theatrical rjcal profession when he h was wa B
eighteen t years old ld nnd remained on the tl3l S
stage until his seventyfirst ev ntYflrst year car
He ivaS In Forrests Booths and gui i
Barretts companies and was with Den
man Thompson in The Old Home
atead for nine nin 1 seasons seasons
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FOUND 4SMALTESFCROSS 45 MALTESE CROgS e
It I tWas Was Hidden inan in an Iron Post on Rhode Island AvenueNearConnecticute Avenue Near Connecticut 1 e
S SEARCH FOR THE CROSS
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OVER UNTIL SUNDAY
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tie l e bit J went r ight there an a nd d foun d
the he envelope containing the Maltese
Cross ross
I was much surprised It Itseem seemed J
almost providential There were so
many r m any other places it might have been I
hidden idden Instead Inst ad of there
Soon SoQnanumber a number of people stopped as
they were going oingby by There were per ¬
haps h aps a dozen about me by the time I
had 11 ad d opened the envelope The little
boys b oys were excited and thought r I was
quite q uite lucky
Mr i1rAnderson Anderson Js an an examiner in the
Patent P atent Office and is married He H says sa s f
lie 11 eknows knows exactly exactly what to do with the I
money m oney oniy but pu t is keeping his own counsel 3
on n that point just at present pte nt
Fake Envelopes
An An in teresting development d vclpmenL during during the I
day d ay was the discovery that two or three
merchants ts with WI with th misdirected m enterprise C I ImerChan
had h ad taken advantage ndvantageof of the thcgrfY th great it < inter ¬
est e st manifested manif sted o in the Maltese Cross to
send s end nd out circulars with the Maltese
Cross Crosson on the envelope
These fell into the hands of o f fseveral several
persons per p ersons ons who whowereverym11ch were very much disap ¬
pointed p olnted when Informed that the order
which they held h ld was a fake faltepure pure and
simple s
BETTING RICH 1 HE SAYS AY8 AY8J J
IS AVERY YERYBA BAD HABlTI II8IT
Millionaire Nelson i eIson Declares De laresHe He Takes
None of the Profits of Big
Business Enterprise
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CHICAGO < March Jarch21 21 2lN K N O Nelson of
SJ1ouls St Louis a millionaire against his w will ill
told a Chicago ChiC ago audience aU dl enc c these things
about the rich and riches
Getting rich Js s merely a habit 11ablta a bad
habit
Wealth e11th piles up a loa 10 a d tm the should ¬
ers rs q 0 the captain of Industry
Wealth Is a menace to i Children and
grandchildren who wh had no n ha hau hand u YIn In its
accumulation
There is no comfort in living in a man man ¬
sion with half a dozen servants
I saw a a200OOl 200CO mansion the other day
built from the proceeds prvceedsof of a cotton cor
cr
It will give the owner no comfort and
cost Ihe livelihood of hundreds of thou ¬
sands of ofcotton cotton mill operatives
Hardest of f Jobs
you ou know and I know that the hard ard ¬
est estjob job a man can have is 1hlngup living up to a 3
big income
Try living with the poor Hire a room
for 150 a week and eat 10cent lQc nt break ¬
fasts It wont hurt you JouTbc The Thernicrc micro bes
of disease are no more likely to harm
you 01 there than in a steamheated slearnheateclroom room
for rorwhich which youwould you would pay payto pa 3 r to5adaJ to 5 a day
Now I have ceased cease to take k aiiy a11 aiy aIl
dends from our business Although it is i
operated in my name the employes emplo es all
get dividends dli > nds on their wagesamount wages amount
ing during the last ten years to from 4
to t 10 per cent This goes towar toward buy ¬
ing an interest Int rc > t in the business and pay pa
ing for forhol1ses houses except < xc pt threetenths threelenthsof threetsri ths of
it Av v > hich is devoted devotc d to philanthropies
Mr Nelson built the town of Le Claire
Ill oppo opposite > tc St Louis and there con ¬
ducts a a manimpth mammoth proiltsharing protltJ > harin busi ¬
ness w with ith 4000 employes
ANASTASIA WILL IILL ATTEND
WEDD1NGOF NEDDI JG OF CECILIA L
CANNES March 21 21r 21Thcre r Thcre ThcrtdfnQ1ruth isnotruth is notruth
in the report that thattlme U the f Grand Duchess r
Anastasia Anan t3sla of MecklenbergSchwer lIccklcnbi lIccklcnbirgSchwerln Mecklenb > rgSchwerln rgSchw rin in will
not be present prese nt at her daughters d daughters ughters wed ¬
ding
The Grand Duchess Anastasia m arid dthc the
Duchess DuchessCecI1Ia Cecilia will wIllhrrhe arrive at Berlin to ¬
gether getheron on June 3
ODD GIFTS FOR PRESIDENT
ON SOUTHERN TRIP I
LOUISVILLE March tIarch21X 21 21A A jug of ol
Lwater water from the Lincoln LincolnJpripg spring gn n the
farm In T Tarue Lar > a fue lie county countyIy Ky wher where whereAbra tAbra Abra ¬
ham Lincoln was born and andit a walking
cane ln fashioned after the thcbig big stick made mad
from one of the young ounghicJQIT hickory trees tree f
which stand near the spring will be b
presented to President Roosevelt when I
he comes to Louisville April 4
Special for Brains fo food d I I
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Qrape rape = Nuts
Hea Healthy lthy Brains
flake a Fat Pocket PcketBoo Book <
Trial Proves
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JULES ULE5 E8 VEiEjeTHOli VERNE AUTHOR TQR s
ATPOlNT AT POINT 0 OF F UOTH flJI
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P Popular opular Novelist Now in His HisSeventy Seventy
Eighth Year in a Critical
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State Sta eatNantes at Nantes J
PARIS March 21 21Jt It Is announced t
from fr rom omNantes Nantes that thatJul Jules s Vernes Vernesthc the nov ¬
elist e list Is dying He is isSeVeltYSCyen seventyseven
3ears y ears old o I L
MRS 1 CHADWICKS OPAL OPAL
TRAPCn TRACED Inftu tU TO in lu QIMiR BAN BAME Dfl Mtli KER
Offic ial Finds F nds Large Gem Surrounded Surr unded
byTh by Thirteen jteen Diamonfls Di DiamondsWas mondsWas Was
Given to Financ ci cir ier r
CLEVELAND Ohio March 21 21An An
opal the size of a silver dollar doJlarsux stir ¬
rounded by thirteen diamonds is the
latest find flndotCo of o Co Coll ilector l tor of Customs C t t s
Leach in his search for Mrs Cassie CassieL L
Chadwic Chadwicks ks jewels i c
This gem was purchased by b Mrs
Chadwick in inParl5an Paris Parl5an an d was was its worn worn by by her he r
on several se eml occasions to show her con ¬
tempt for the superstition attached t to
the opal and the number thirteen
Collector Coll ctor Leach traced the opal opalto to an I
out of town banker to whom the wo ¬
man had presented it as a gift Its
dollars value iscst1matedatse is I estimated at several erittlo11sarid thousand I Ivalue
Mrs Chndwick denies that thutshehad she had
ever asserted that Andrew Carnegie
was her father
WifE MML NOT 0T BHATIEL AII EL
r V Ktt ntlSRANn I I
Has H Right to Protect Herself Against t I
a Brute Who WhoIllTreais IllTreats 111 Treats I
Her
CHICAGO March 2L 2lYlhcn When the theStato State Stat 1
had concluded e ncluded Its testimony against t I
Mrs 1rs Jessie Hopkins opklns w who ho shot shotand and killed I
her husband on New Year night Judge J u gc 3
Kcrsteji Kcrtepinstruetc Instructed the th jury to return re turn a 1 3
verdict of not notgtliIt guilt guilty y
He then delivered deu r ed these th se wprdsr wQrd wordu on o ot t l 1
rights of married d dwornen women r
A woman in marrying does not be ¬
come the chattel or slave of her hus ¬
band She has the same rights that her he I
husband llas < has and andher her husband 1H1sbandls is bound
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to preserve her rights to the same dc ¬ I i I I I
gree gre that she Is i bound to to preserve his hI t
and if the woman is unfortunate unf rtunate enough I
to marry a brute wild i1 considers it a 1
recreation and pastime to misuse her
maltreat m ltrcat her and beat her she has the thi i
right if ifassautcd assaulted to use t c such force for e as a I
Is necessary necessHr to protect herself h rseif oven en to ti
the point of killing her hernssaflant assailant
Sewing machines Por Kent
By week wec or month at low n rates t5 The Tb e
Singer is lcknovl acknowledged dsed the lightest lightestrun run
nins and most rnostCol1cnieJ1t convenient of anji an any Try Tr
one and be convinced Only at the th o
Singer stores ITlfi l 11 14th st st nw C1C 61Glth Oth 9t1 Ii
st nw 3003 M 1st st nw 229 Pennsylvan ia i 5
Jive lYCE se so Washington Wu hlngton T D > C 520 King at st
Alexandria A lexan rla Va
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Underselling UndcrsellingSpecal Special I
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27 279 PJ
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I iron Sanitary Bed Couch
rctJ adjustable to three different
s izes Fu lly guarantee d 6
S value Special 05 rt 7 f r
lT nderselling 2 79 U 1
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Credit Is Your Purse at tho
HubF ub Frnilre rnnure 00 1
S SE E Cor 7th and andD D Sts
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DratlcChanges Drastic Mastic Changes ChanesMade Made I
i iBy By General Lmevitc Linev tchl h h
General G ieneral 5taff Reorganized and andSubQrclinat Subordinate
Commands Shitted ShiftedRussian Russian Soldiers S ldiers
Desert D rt to the Japanese
ST PETERSBURG March 21 21 21Ad Ad ¬ I
vices ces received ec lved here 11 re from Harbin Harbin state I
that th at General GoncralLlnevItch LInevitch the thene new com i
manderlnchlef of the Russian armies i
making maklngdrallUcchanges drastic changes in the tl1es subor tlbor ¬ I
dinate nate commands
Among other changes he is entirely en tirely re ¬ l
organizing Or the general gener al start
Desert to Japanese
GLASGOW Starch March brch 21 21Th The St 5tP Peters ters ¬
burg bl urg correspon correspondent orrespond orrespondntofthe dent ntofthe of the Herald l erriJd wires
that n at the decls decision ibri n of f theRu the Russian slan govern ¬
ment ont nt to ra ra ise lsean an internal internal1o loan m of 02 20000030 tOOOJQ
pounds pj ounds sterllnsr sf rlngca caused s d a a panic panI on the
stock sf siockcexchangent ock exchange at St StPetersburg Petersburg
The Thecorr correspondent egp t1dent also says he has
learned te arned that Russian R sslan soldiers arc desert
ins lr In g to toth the Japanese side by the thous ¬
and nd
Norwegian N orwegianRefuge oreanIfngeTe1L Eefuge Tells Te lls
Of otRuss Russian an Flight
K KAOPANTSj KAOP4NTSEv OP NT SE v ia Tientsin Ttent ients1n in1Ita Marc arc rc h
21 2J 2LA 1A A Norweg NorVegrantrad Norweran n traderj trader r with wl h the Rus Rus ¬
sian 14n army iny Y pn the retreat to Tiding who
lias asjustreiche as Just reache retched d i her here says the demor dem r ¬
alized lized troops cast 61sUiwa away y ythefrequ their thefrequ equipments IImients
an and nd d in inm many nYlnstanceseven instances even their boots
in h t th their lr h hurriedfljght
On Ontfie the last day at Tiding Cossacks
Jooted looted II 00ted the thetia traders 1ersbQothS booths They lheyseiz seized d
everything eYe thlng in Insightat sight and d sold s ld champagne
rat at a t a rouble r roubi ubl a bottle l ottIeThey They smashed
everything they th r could not sell
I A Japanese spy spy was caught by Cos ¬
sacks sacs and w whenhercslste when hen he resiste d he was w was s
killed k illed The Th guilty Cossacks ctere vere tl1em them ¬
selves shot a Quarter of an hour later
Pursuing Japs JalfSRest Rest
To Regain Breath Bre th
tONDQJc LONDON1Iar aiarch h21X 21 21A A lull IullsIml similar ar to
that t thatwhld1 hat whic which h followed fonowedthepreiou the previous bat ¬
tles t teso Ies of thewarseems the war seems to have 1avibegun hav begun
There is no nofurtIler further news of the Jap ¬
anese a an nese sepursuit pursuit of the Russians nor n nToi is
there any re liable indications tha that t the
JapanesE apanese are arerurt1e further furthe north than Kai
yuan y uan
It is assumed that General Linevltch
tho he Russian commanderinchief Is at
Kans Kanshulin I Canshulin hulin otherwise Guntzuling at
which w fch place plac It Is inferred reenforcti
ments r are arearrivlng arriving frOm Harbin
It is reported from Copenhagen that
three savage steamers chartered by the
Japanese J apanese torllse to raise the th sunken Russian
warships i at Port Arthur will sail this lhj
week wc k
ST PETERSBURG March llarch2fA 21 21A A tele el
gram gram from Kunschulung 100 miles mlI sI north r h
of ofricllngjat o f Tiding elated d March IS says that
the t he fighting is gradually abating Gener ¬
al a l Llneyitchs Llneltchsarmy army successfullj coy ¬
ering E e ring its itsr retreat r ctreatre1credfortlflcations reached fortifications
north I n orth OfTlaling of TIling where the Japanese
attacks att1clswere a were were conducted with compara ¬
tively t l v ly little visor
A A dispatch from Guntzulicg Guntzuli g Man
1U 1UlhlE THE i HE FIGHTING RACE
STIRRED STI RREDPRESIDENT PRESIDENT
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Ppem Poe pbea m a Tr ibute to the Celt Awakens Much Interest Interestand and
T Approval o of f Nations Natio rs Chief hi f Executive
K KI The he poem recite recited d at the banquet of o of f
the Friendly Fri ndl Sons of St St Patrick in New
York o on h March 17 at the Presidents
request seems to have awakened no
end of Interest
It is by J I C Clarke CI rke The Pres President ident
Jedin led in the theapplauso applause that greeted Mr
Clarke Clark as lie re recited cited each verse of The
Fighting Race
The he poem is as as follows
Read out thenameSandBurke the names L and Burke sat
back
And 3 Kelly elly drooped < his head
While Shea Sheathey they call caI1hlmScholar him Scholar Jack
Went rent down the list of oithe the dead <
IOfficers Officers seamen gunners marines
The crews of the gig and yawl
The bearded bear ed man and the lad ia in teens te ns
Carpenters Carpent rs coalpassers coalpassersall all
Then Then1mocltlng knocking the ashes from out of
his hl nine
Said Burke in an offhand way
Were all in that thatdend dead mans list by
Cripe
Kelly Kellyaml and Burke arid anclShea Shea
Well heres to the Maine and Im
sorry sorr for Spain I
Said Kelly and andB Burke rlce and Shea
Wherever theres Kellys theres trou ¬
ble said Burke
Wherever fightings the game
Or a spice of danger in Ingrown grown mans
work w rk
Said Kelly KclI youll find fin my name
I And do we fall short said Burke get
ting mad
When its touch and an go for life
Said Shea ShcaItr Its thirtyodd thirtvo dyears years bedad1
Since I charged to drum rum and fife
Up Maryes Heights and my myoid old can ¬
teen
Stopped a rebel ball on its way Va
There were w < re blossoms of blood on our
sprigs of green rcen
A GTTAKAKTSED CUBE CUEErOE POE PILES
Itching Blind Bleeding meedln or Protruding Pi rills > s
Your dnifTKlst d uJlst will refund money If PAZO
OINTMENT OI TllElT falls to cure you OU in InGtoHdan C to 14 days da c
50 0 cents
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Wonder Wonderwhat on erWl1at what Mertz will say sa today toda t
Store closes C p m 9 p in Saturdays
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lt ltMar Mer Mar ertzway tzvvay o f your T our choice o f
I abo abot pt l t 75 new styles in fabrics
worth w v 9t1h Vth about double d 0 uble Q 9
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churia says that there was v7a artillery artill IY 1
ifrr ffrine ingfor for hours yesterday Jesterd a y ten te ne versts rsts
south of Tieling Tie ling It is supposed suppos d that thatt a a
detached body of Russians Russlansretr retreating atIng
north has hnlbeel1 been intercepted by the theJap Jap IYt t
khown arese Np details dehIlSO of ftl1CfI the fighting gh tingar are i I
Cossac Cossacks ks Fire on Mob i 1
Riga Rioters Arrested
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RIGA RIGAlIar1 March 2L 21Ina 21In In s a conflict here h re be ¬
tween Cossacks and an d da a mob Jo today daythe the
Cossacks Goss ckS fired on the populace pop lace
Eighty of the therloters rioters were weiearr arnisted sted
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Peasants Attack Revolt
With WithScythesandPitchforks WithSoythes Scythes and Pitchforks
PARIS March 21 21A A St Petersburg
dispatch to tihexPetit Parlslen Par isien says tha that t
the peasants peasan tsmoYCmerit ts movement is assuming assu ming ex ¬
traordinary traordlnll yproportlons proportions The Thedwel1ets dwellers
among rnong the forests and the boatmen boatIIlcnon on
the yb V Voiga jga H aare are marching against ag Inst the
bourgeo bott bourgeois rgeo is class lass lassandtheriobIlltY and andtheriobIlltY the nobility layi laying la 1 g
waste waste lands and carrying camlngoff off cattle attte
In the southern provinces columns of
2000 or 3000 OOO peasa peasants nts armed with axes
scythes ahd pitchforks are marching
through throughdlstricts districts which hitherto have hav q
been beenc calm lm
Japan May Float i
Loan Loanin in America
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ST PETERSBURG March March21A 21 2LA A tel t l ¬
egram egram from Tientsin says that thatnegotla negotia ¬
tions ti ns for n a Japanese loan by American
capitalist captllIst t have h vebeen been concluded
The conditions co ndl ndlons diUons ons upon which the loan
Is to be Gtnnt1G made have not transpired but
It it It is saicLap sald to be belrnoWri known that one group
of oCca capitalists ptta 1sts is t tp receive fecclveaguarantee a guarantee
in the s hape h peofJapancse of Japanese railway and
mining shares and another the naphtha
and other resources of Saghallen Island
BERLIN March 21 21TheFrankfurter 21The The Frankfurter
Zel Zeitun Zeltung tun g g says s saS ys that the Japanese govern ¬
ment is about t to t raise ra ise a 5 per cent loan
in Germany Grmtin It Is h rumored that the
Deutsche Deutsc e Bank Bank w will 11l raise ra se the loan
through its affiliation ffiUatIonwith with the Deutsche
Asia sia tische tl5chcBank Bank
It is learned letir d tha that t English as aswel1 well as
G German manbankerswere bankers were approached with
regard reg rd to toaJapancse a Japanese loan The prelim ¬
mary discussions were held h ld in London
whither whlth r the managing directOro director of the
DeiitscheAs DentscheAslatische iatische Bank proceeded
Probably the first definite statement of
v the fate of orthe the loan may ma f be expected
from London LoridoI The DeutscheAslatische
Bank through which the loan eventually
will be n negotiated gotiated is a syndicate of the
leading leadh g ha basking cking houses of various parts i
of oG Germany rman the pres presIdency idency of which is
exercised xercl dby by the Disconto DIfcontoGesel1sch Gesellschaft Gesellsch ft
and not as was commonly Relieved by b
the Deutsche Bank
Kelly eny and Burke and Shea
And the dead didnt brag Well Yellheres heres
to t they th flag fla
Said Kelly and Burke and Shea
I wIsht was in Ireland d for theres
the place
Said Burke that wed weddre die by byright right i
In the cradle of our soldier race race
After pnegood pne one good standup fight
My grandfather fell on Vinegar Hill
And righting was wasnot not his trade
But hisrusty hl his rusty pikes pike > V s in the cabin still
WitliHessian blood on the blade
Aye aye a e said Kelly KellyU Kellythe U the pikes were I
great reat
1Vheathe When the word was clear the way
We wore Wt thick on on the roll in ninety
eicht
Kelly and Burke and Shea
Well heres to the pike and the th
sword and the like
Said Kelly and Burke and Shea
And Shea the scholar wlthr1sirig with rising joy
Said We Vo were at Ramillles
We Vo r re e left our bones at Pontenoy
And up In the thepyernees Pyernees
Before Dunkirk Dunkirkon on Landens plain
Cremona Xille and Ghent
Were all over AustrIa France and an I
Spain
Wherever Whelc T heiever > a
er they pitched a tent
Wevo died for England from Waterloo Waterlo
To ToEgypt Egypt and Dargai
And still theres enough for a a corps or ot r
crew crc
Kelly and u td B Burke rke arid m1dShea Shea
Well here ht > rels Is to good honest fighting
bleed
Said Kelly Kell r and Burke and Shea
Oh the fighting races rncesdon dont don t t die le out
If they the seldom die dl in bed b d
For love is first in their hearts no m
doubt
Said Sai l Burke then Kelly Kell said
When Michael the Irish Archangel
stands
The Angel with the sword
And the battledead from a hundred
lands
Are ranged ra nged in one one big horde
Our liriq lIn that for Gabriels trumpet t
waits
Will stretch three deep that day
From Jehbs Jehbshaphat haphat to the Golden Gates
Kelly KelI am and Burke and Shea
Well yell heres lle1 s thank God for the race rae e
and the sod
Said Kelly Ken and Burke Burlteand and Shea
TO T Tf CUBE A COLD IN OK2J Oh ON1 DAY
Take Trike Laxative Iaxl lQ Bromo Quinine Tablets All Al I I
druggists dru g gol ts refund r4 und the money mone if It falls fa Us to cure
E W V Groves signature Bhnaturuls la on each box 45 5
cents
I
DIED
FORD FORDDapnrted Departed this life on onSaturda Saturday
March 1 18 lW 1W3 at 243 p m LYIA K
daughter of the late Catherine and Charles s
Ford aged fifteen years ears and ten months
Funeral Fnnlrolromher from her late residence 121 G
street southeast south ast Tuesday Tuescla morning at 9
oclock St St Cyprians C rlans Church Requiem mass mae s
for the tl1eripose repose of her ter soul It
KING KIXGOn On Tuesday 3uesdn March 21 1903 at 5
a Il in at her residence iSIS 181SElghth Eighth strec
northwest northw stIARY MARY E beloved wife of John Job I
I 1 KING nee Oliver
Funeral FuneroIThursdcIarch Thursday March 23 3 at 1 p m a I
Relatives TIeathesand and friends invited h UCd mh2l2t
BELT BELTOn On Saturday 5aturda March arch IS 1905 at ii Lt
1223 1Z5p 22J p ITU m after a brief Illness RACHEL h I
A beloved wife wif of Francis A Pelt It
CUTLER CtTLEHOn Oh Monflay 1 1D1a D1a March lnrch iO O 2903 190 > at 3
p in ta at at the residence of C her father 1447 14 i
P street mrthweat MARTHA CUTLER CUTLERv wife v Ii e
of the late Capt L B Cutler It
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of O every description descrIptionmoderately moderately price 1 1
GUDE
1214 H F Street Northwest Xorth est Phone M t9 963 95 9 9
v J WILLIAM WI LLIAM LEE
UNDERTAKER UKDERT < KER AND A D LIVERY
i3 232 Penn n Ave N W V Washington D C C
Telephone Main JSS IS
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Flit RITES 11E8 HELD EL0
fOR WILLIAM ftLIAM B KING
Services Took ok Place at His Late Home Hamel l
Father Fat er Joseph J se F McGee
Officiating Officia ng
The funeral rites tite o of William B King
were held with w ith simple in ple ceremony ceremony yester ester
Jay nyafteI11oon afteinoon at 2 oclock at a t his late tte
tesidence esldenee V 941 M street str et northwest north st
Father Joseph F McGee pastor of f the the th
Church of the Sacred H Heart a artofilciated officiated
Mr King died ledSatur Saturday 1ayafternoonof < afternoon of
cerebral cCIebrnlmenin meningitis gitis at atth the George Was Wash h ¬
ington i University Hospital after afternnl an ill I ¬
ness o of ten days duration He was
twentytwo years Jears old and nd born in
Charleston S SC p C He was w s brought to
this thlsclty city when but a c child hild and had I
live Uved l d here re since sln e
The pallbearers pilibe l1be rers all cousins of Mr
King 1Ver were Hobart Nichols Spencer
Nichols N1ch lii Charles S Benjamin Hobart
Benjamin Edward ITInnIganand Finnigan and Leon L on ¬
ard Jay Interment t was made in Glen
wood Cemetery
Mr King received his hlsed11caUon education In
Mount St 61 Josephs College Balthn6re BaltFm re
Md MdHehad He had been a member of the Mor ¬ I
ton Cadets District National Guards
and had many friends In this city He
was connected with the business of
Barron n G GComer Collier He lie acted In the theca ca ¬
pacity Iacit of advertising manager of the
firm
He Is survived su lved Tby oyhismottr by Ms mother Mrs
Minnesota MlnI e9ota J King and an one one1ster sister 5isterMIss Miss
Indja King His father was the late
William B King of tl1i this city
MRS IDA DOTEY WILL
GET GETA A NEW TRIAL
In Inthe the case of Jd Ida 1Dt Dotey y against fgaintfhe the ± he
District to recover damages for personal
injuries the Court of Appeals today todayn In
In a decision announced announcedby by Mr Justice r I
Morris reversed reers d the judgment of f the I
Supreme Court of the District and andre re f
manded mandadthe the case for 3 a hew trial
Mrs 1IrsDotes Dotey sued 11ed to recover recoerdamages damages
for injuries received by byreasonoCa reason or a de ¬
fect In a sidewalk In the lower court ourt
the jury was Instructed to return a
verdict in lnfavor favor of the defendant on the
ground grpundofcontrIhutoIY of contributor negligence n gligence on
the part of the plaintiff
Worn Out
RunDown Run Dowu
I will wiHgladlygive gladly give you a full dollars
worth worthofmy of my remedy remedyto to test
Nothing Nothingto to depOsit c1eP slt Nothing to prom ¬
ise The hedollar dollar bottle bo ttle Is free f e Tour
Druggist Druggiaton on my myorder order orde will lhattdyoua hand you a
full dollars worth wo hand and send me the bill bi
Why do work and worry nrand and excess and
striLlnand strain and overindulgence over lndulgence break down con ¬
stitutions and maKe maKemenan men and aria women wpmenworn worn
out and run down and restless les3and arid ad s leep leeple less
and ant i discouraged and morose Because they tlie
weaken the tiny Un tender nerves neITcs on which life
Itself 1tsel depends
Not ot the nerves ner es you OU ordinarily ordinar1 think about ab ut
not the nerves that govern your movements i
and your thoughts i
But the e automatic nerves nerves that that ungulded un guided
and unknown unkno n night and anddarkeepyour day keep your
heart in motioncontrol motion control the digestive appar ¬
atus atusreguate regulate your Uver UIeropernte operate your Md d
neys
These The are re the nerves ner that worry worry wears wears put out
and work breaks down do dow vr
It does no good to treat the the ailing Organ organs c
the irregular heart heartthe the disordered liver liverthe the
rebellious stomach stomactlthe the deranged kidneys
They ire are not to blame But go back to
the nerves that thatcontrolthem control them There you
will find the seat of tfi t the < trouble
It does no good to taKe stimulants and nar ¬
coUcs for theirs at best t Is but a temper ¬
ary a effect which merely merel postpones the theftnaJ final I
day of reckoning
There Th r Is 1snothlng nothing new newnboutth1snothln about this thlsnotking nothing
any p physician would dispute But It re
malned for Dr Shoop to apply this knowl kno l ¬
edge edg edgeto to put It uto to practical use u Dr Shoops Shoop r
Restorative Is the result of a quarter cen ¬
tury 1W of endeavor along this very line IIn It It
does oesnot not dose the organ to deaden the pain
but It 1oesgo 1005 go at onCe once to the neIT nervethe ethe In
side nerve nen nervethe eth the power nerve neneand and builds It up
and strengthens it ltand and makes It well That l
Is the tleendot end of all vital troubles That Is the
end of sleepless nights and restless days
That 15 s the end endoneroumes3 of nervousness the end of ci E
brain fag and fatigue
If you are worn worn out out run down and andhav hart I
never tried my myremed remedy merely mprel writean1 write and an I
ask I will send you an order on your drug ¬
gist which he will accept 9cceprns as gladly as he Ia
would accept a dollar He will hand you lou
from his shelves sh les ft iLstandard standard sized bottle botui botuiof of a C
my prescription pres rlmon and d he will m send the bill bUlto to t
me This offer is made only to strangers to ii
my my remedy Those who have once once used the tht I
Restorative do not need this evidence Then 3
are no conditions conditlonsnorequlrements conditionsno no requirements It la i s
open and frank and fair It Is the supremo 5uprem
test t of my m limitless belief AH AUthatrak that X ask C
you to do is I to write writewrlte write today
For Fora a free order Book 1 on Dyspepsia
for ra a full dollar ollar bot Book 2 on the Heart
Ue vou YOllmustnddrEss you must address Book 3 On ontheKI on the Kidneys MrS
Dr Shoop Box G76G Book 4 for Women WomeIL
Racine RaclneWla AVis State Book 5 for lien Ien
which book you W1J1t want Book Book6 6 on Rheumatism RheuIIla t tsm sm
MUd cases casesnre are often cured by a single slni ebot bet o
tie For salo at forty thousand drug stores
Dr ShoODs Sho ops
Restorative li KCSlOidllVC P O f A Y 1 f 1 17
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CQNSUMPTIO
Hope fres fresh fresha h ha a ir 1 Y re dt tifid a ai h3
Scotts Emu ls ion are the
greatest reme dies for con CC > 1
sum s c um ption Scotfs Emu mu ls lsijn ion
will willa a lwa l wa ys Y brin br in g gcomfort comfort cOI nforta an tid d
relief often ften cure Scottt Stott
Emu ls s ion n does for tn the cbi c COIi ri >
sum ptive ptivew w hat medic me dic ine a lone l he
cannot do I Its tsthe the nou nour ris is h h ¬
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SPECIAL NOTICES
TO THE PUBLIC the Humane Society S d dCIeq CIeq
and the Police Force of the District
of Columbia
Please Pl ase assist us t6 t protect our mules
and horses from cruelty and brutality brut Ilty
on the part of our drivers by byreport1 reporting g
the number of the wagon by telephone
when such an act is seen
All our drivers sign slgnsuch such a con contract tract i
as the following
4 I hereby apply for and accept a ceptempl07 employ ¬
menrns meat as a driver for the New Washing ¬
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Holbrook President and Genera i Man
tiger aerThat That 1 Iwlll will not whip wh por or abuse abm c
any horse or mule put In my charge or
drive ariveSafdhots said horse or rmule mule faster thana than a
natural walk with or without a load
and I hereby further urtheragree agree to toforfelt forfeit
raIl all pay due me if I break my agreement
r and to confess myself guilty of willful
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