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TEE WASHINGTON W WASHING WARINGTONTS o ASHING r rON TIMES SUNDAY lUAY2B MAY 28 1905 io
TREASURY DEt DEFICIT IGIT
GROWING APACE
Increases Nearly 4000000
in Month of ofillay May Jt3 T
NO HOPE OF FA A SURPLUS MOW
Expected ExpectcdT Treasury easury Will Vi Be Short More
Than 337coooco 37000000 37 OiOCO at at End of
Fiscal Fis Fiscal cal Year
Treasury lrensur officials are ar e efo somewhat fo mcwht dis ¬
appointed appoiI ed over the failure of the re ¬
p ceipts during the month of f May ii ia3 to
measure up to to expectation
Along about abo t May lIa Ia 1 when whe sIjn the deficit
was bordering on the SS4000000 it was
fully believed te11 tl the receipts rec ipts iptsc during c the
month would leave l V a comfortable sur ¬
plus Ijiti reducing re totIc uGin ing tin th deficit to the extent
of 3 3tROO3U O < KK > 000 or 4 4000009 It was as also
thought the expenditures ex > enditurescould could be re ¬
duced
However How ver in In both expectations the th
Treasury Treasm > officials fficialshave fhiCialS have been disappoint ¬
ed d The ordinary expenditures epeu ditures have
been greater f teater than ha 0 they the were ver in May
1904 190t and thfr thTeceiptslmve il receipts rtccipt have inte not notbeea been near
as fruitful as expected Instead of
showing a a surplus during May I ther <
has Iia been b ena a deficit of 3772723 for the
month and with but two more days t in
which to foyork to work there is little hope ho t of
the deficit de tfcit t being elng reduced below 37000000 37000000
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Size cf the Shortage
At t the close of ofllce ofi1cehours hours yesterday
the deficit was 37461231 a considerable consl considerable erable
increase during during the week
The question now being beln propounded by
Treasury Treasur officials is is whether whe i 1r r the re ¬
ceipts during June will be sufficient to
reduce rCdc e the deficit anywhere near the t e
mark predicted A month or so ago
despite the steadily increasing deficit
expert Pe rt financial inanciahstudents students In the Treas Troa ¬
ury Department confidently confldentl
that the hc deficit for the fiscal year car would
not lie be beabove above 20000000 It is s doubtful
If a single Trelhinformed official in the
Treasury Xreasu reasury still adheres a dheres to this opinion
Base Hopes on June
Last year year the month of June showed
a surplus surp surp1u us of 10000000 This year ear
Treasury Tre sury officials were banking b nking on a
nice surplus in May but this expectation
has not not materialized d The customs re ¬
ceipts celptare are not showing s up p near s so d dwell well
as as calculated ca1culrit d and it is quite quit probable
the month IDC1HhofiJune of > June will viil not measure up
to the he figures estimated stlma ted by by the experts
At best the receipts rec lIifS during duringtlfe the th coming
month cannot be expected to to show a
surplus surplus greater greater than 10000000 which
would leave a deficit de clt for the fiscal year ear
of 27000000 21pooOOO which fhch is the mark ma rlc rlcsct set by b
many manyoutsid outside financial fil11 fil11ncial ncial students stud < nls
DARLING DARLINGAT AT THE PHONE PHO
She had promised to come down d dawn wn town
and go to luncheon lun eon with him him and about
noon noons s she he e opened his office door Her
husbandsTOice husbtt husba nds t1sr vo1cff rceatth at the phone made her
stop ZIti to 10 listen
That you ou darling he was saying
Say Sa my iuy xiy wifes coming coming down dqwntodat today so
we cant have that spread But well we welt
have it tomorrow Meet Meet me at the usual
place you know kno Yes Y s all right Good
bi b
She SocsUpped slipped quietly away and n d dal al ¬
though he waited until 2 oclock his lit ¬
tIe tl wife wif did < lid not come to go to luncheon 0 I
with him 4
By the time he got home that thatnhrht nisrht 1
she had foupht fou ht it out with with herself and
determined to have
an explanation So
she he said as calmlv as she could
George Geor ge do you usually go out alone I
to your lunch
Why hy yes he answered Tha i llsun Is un ¬
less Darling goes with me
D Darling axling s she he cried For FO Ford r j d pitys
sake George who is I
Why Jack DarlIng DarUm You must re i
member r hearing h earing me mespeak speak of him Dont
you ou know k w I
She got up UI and it was several minutes
before he could check her sob and Ket et
her to exola xDla in why r ha d broken br renher her I
appointment appCIntmtntNew aI Iii hiitmtntNcw Xew York Press j
SPRINGDAY SPRI NGDAY WISH OP OF THE T HE CLASS
Bis J3ishop hop Goodman ii impressively impressivelyOnlY Only
think children in Africa there are 10
Of f1JO k0 jXK < JflqUare > square miles of territory territonwithout without
a single Sunday Sunda school hioo1 where little boys
and girls can spend their Sundays Now
tvhatshould we all ihl try and save sav up our
money moneyand and do
Class lass In ecstatic union unlonGo Go to Africa
Judge J uoge
QUITE AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR
Mamma ammaDld Did you Ou have a good time at
Dorothys D Drothysparty rothysparty party Harold
Harold HarolpI hlaroi 1 should say sa sat t I I did dtdgrea great i i
Mamma Mnmmar What r hat little girls did you ou
danco danc with 2
Harold HaroldA Aw I I didnt dance dan e none But
at at supper I I had two plates of ice cream
en mn got most rn I of Jim Browns when he
vasn t t lookin lo luii kin An A ii he hit me an I
iKked It < kei ill O stuffin out of him hlmCleveland Cleveland
Leader LC dir
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If Its g labeled ToKalon ill its pure
TO4ALOi PucH II 1
For Decoration II
Day Outings
All ready read for j
use and can be
served SPr d dwtLhial with al ¬
r I most any dish I
> h jr tiZ Prepared pr prare luj are
wr Cocktails I
r rY Y Qls 125
rt t Pints 650 It
d MANHATTAN f Y YHA HA TTAN
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Something now ni w i
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I Pure juice of
It selected select d Cataw
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garee garee aree and Ices j
1 60c Quart
350 Pint
ToKalon Wine Go
614 14th St 81
Tel Main 593 9S
I IINDIANA I INDIANA VOLUNTEERS WILL HONOR MEMORY
I OF MAN WHO LED THEM IN THE SIXTIES
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WILL WI LLDIDICA DEDICATE TE SHAFT SH s AFT
TO GENERAL MACAULEY MACAU LEY
Ceremon Ceremonies ies to Take Place at Ar Arlington lington Cemeter y yon on
Decoration De oration DayComrades Day Comrades of the Late Militar Military y
Leader Will Participate
The surviving members mem bers of the Eleventh
Regiment R egiment Indiana In diana Volunteers in the
civil c ivil war war will dedicate a monument
erected e over the grave of the late Gen
Daniel D aniel llacauley lfucaule at Arlington ArHngtonCemeter Cemetery
next n ext Tuesday at 2 oclock oclo ck or as soon
as a s the services of the Grand Army of
the t he Republic are over
The committee having charge of the
arrangements a is composed of George
Butler B utler Thomas C CPurcel Parcel Charles Char les M
Robinson R obinson George Simmons SIm mons and J Jo o P
Megrew
Gen Daniel Macauley was wAs born in
New N evi York Yorkcit city on the Sth th of September
1839 1 S39 and was educated in 1t the public pu llc
schools s chooIsf Uf of Buffalo N Y i He displayed dis played
a fondness for military nhilfta 4T affairs and was I
a 1 member of the Viel Guards of that
city c ity He lived in Buffalo until 1S59 when
he hewent h e went to Indianapolis Ind to live
Joined the Zouaves
There he also became interested in
military m ilitary matters and at the time of the
o ufbreak of the war he was a member m mber
of o l the Zouaves When hen the call for vol ¬
unteers unte u nteerswas ers was issued he enlisted enl sted as nsa a prij prir
vate v ate in Company E Eleventh EI venth Indiana
Volunteers r oluflteers and on the organization or of
the t he company he was elected elect d first lieu ¬
tenant t and on the th organization organiz tion of the
regiment r he was appointed adjutant by I
Col C ol Lew Wallace commanding He was
remustejed r for three years service as
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adjutant a commissioned major after the
tattle b attle of Shiloh and subsequently pr pro p
moted m ted to lieutenant colonel colo nel and colonel r rm
General Macauley lIacaule was badly wounded
twice t once at the thebatUe battle of Champions i
Hill May 16 1 1S63 and again at atthe the battle j
of o f Cedar Creek October 19lSWin Sheri ¬
dans d ans campaign in Shenandoah Valley Yalle
carrying C the ball in his body up to the th
time t of his death
He was wa mustered out of the service
as a s colonel of the Eleventh Regiment
July J uly 26 2 1S65
At the age of twentyfour twenty y rour he was
breveted b brigadier general for gallant
services s at the battle of Cedar Creek
March 13 1865 on recommendation of
Generals G enerals Grant and Sheridan
At the close of the war General Ma
cauley c returned to Indianapolis In ianapolls and en
gajred g aged in the book binding blI ing business and
in i n 1S6S at the age of twentyeight he
was elected mayor m o or of the city elt and was I
reelected for two wo subsequent terms
After his term of service as mayor ex ¬
pired General Macauley led a life full
of changes He H was superintendent of
the Indianapolis waterworks tat rworks atone at one
time then he was manager of the Acad ¬
emy of Music of that city cit In 1882 he 1 j
became interested in mining In Mexico
Returning from Mexico he became in j I I
terested terestedln in the hotel business buslnessln in Colum CoI m o ¬ I
bus Ohio and later he managed the
Gedna House in New N EW York city en In 1S77 l
he went to Nicaragua as representative r pre3 pres ntiLtlvo
of the Nicaragua Nicara ua Canal CanaiCompiuiy Company I
General Macauley resided in Washing
tqh ton during the Harrison Administration A minlltfitto
having 1 been appointe d by the President Pr i sident l ent
appointment clerk cl rk of the Treasury De De ¬
partment
Died in inNicaragua Nicaragua
The secretaryship of the canal com ¬
mission was trie t tle e last position General
Macauley lracaule ever held as he went to Nic ¬
aragua on official duties in April of 1891
and died in July of the same year from
fever contracted in that thatcountr country His
body bod remained in Nicaragua Nic ragua for five
years ear3 such being the time prescribed
by law In 1899 1899hi8 his remains were brought
to the Un United ited States > by b the United
States s Government and turned over to
the Lafayette Post G A R which or ¬
ganization brought the remains to Wash r ash ¬
ington and had them interred int rred In Ar ¬
lington Cemetery
The order of the dedicating services
is as follows
Music Marine r rhl Band introductory Introdu orJ C
M f Robinson invocation Ro Rev H S
Stevens music Flowers Fl wers of ofP Peace ace
Burnside Post Glee Club poem origi
nnl I1n1 Col John JohnA A Joyce address Geli Ge I1
John C Blac k music Boys of the Old
Brigade Glee Club poem original
She Only Saw Brother Miss nss fIe1en Helen
Burke music muscselection selection Mrs Dayelle Da Daye e ne
Taylor Welch benediction benedictfonRe Rev George
W W v Dudley taps bugler United States
Army Arm
NEW MINISTER i NISTER HERE
Dr Dl Memloza the rew T W Minister from
Colombia to the United States has ar ¬
rived in Washington and an andwill will be re ¬
ceived at the White House on Monday lIonda
afternoon by the President
GEa i lflUB tzz J 1
Jft cLrLz ffJLcr J
SAW THE SOLDIERS OFF
JUTIIENAR TO THE WAR OF 1812 18121
Mrs trrrs Harr Harris is Also Rcde to BroWns Brownsville ville ille
on onHorseback Horseback to toG Get t View of
Lafayette
UNIONTOWN Pa May lfa 27 2i 27Nra Mrs rs
Esther Harris one hJ1ndrcdt hundredth birthday
will be becelebrated celebrated at at ather her hO homfe hom by kin
folk front all over o er the country countr Mrs
Harris lives w with ith her only child Jacob
Harris about six miles from Union
town and only a few m iles from her
birthplace birthplaceSh She is the second one of her
family ramil the Johnsons to reach rC < lch the cen ¬
tury tur mark her cousin ElIas E1la Johnson
of Mt lt Union 0 being the other
Early to bed and early to rise has
been my rule throughout my life said
Mrs Harris I have been careful with
my diet too and it has ha been bee ti my rule
never to eat much at Supper time AH A I
the meat and an heavy food roodi 1 eat at break real ¬
fast and at the noon meal I have never
used tobacco My life has been full of
hard hql work but it was as good for for me
I still insist on making my own ow n bed
and cleaning cleanln up the room room roomand and helping
all I can with the housework
This Is the first birthday bIrthda I have
consented to have celebrated I will
receive my relatives sitting in the chair chair chai
which 1 occupy every day and wjiich h
my mother used before b fore me It is an
oldfashioned splitbottom sp1itbott mC11air c fiair air solidly s IIdl
built and I prize It very highly JVhen Whell
I die di I will leave It to my son and his
children
I can c n remember rEme remen mber iber well when the sol ¬
diers went off of to the tar ar of 1812 I wad wa
then seven years old It was vr vas as just eighty
years ago today that General Lafayette Lirayette
visited Fayotte Fa ette county and I rode
horseback to Brownsville to set him
Mrs Harris has one son and eight
grandchildren ranllchlldren Relatives RelaUvesare are here from
California Ohio Illinois New Jersey Jersc
and other States
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t 1 1 k1 More M ore styles st j yles to se lect from Wf f ft t 7I f4 I I
rh3rrIpj rh3rrIpjthan than a ll llother other hat stores o f
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A Special Grade 250 Value 9 10651 L65 1
We Ve have made this line a avr ver y strong feature Involved in this are hats for the snappy snap youns youn g g r I
man ma or conservative conservativehMs hats for f r the older man fine China split plainor plain or herringbone sennet ennet and andoiher other
braids made ma de on straIght strai ght brim br im m models dcIs I e II
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NIeus Panama Hats for 515 II
Values 800 1000 and 1200 12 12O O 00 I
We struck a responsive chord chordwhen when we placed this lot of ge genuine uine Panama Straw Hats on on sale I
T This 11iS is the result O of f buyin g ours On on the native h litath ath in their natural Shape a and nd having havin g them blocked 1
and trimmed ourselves no artificial bleach or substance subst ince In addition to the guarantee of the quality
we can assure the correctness of the style I I I
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Penna Ave 1 ttkn Qlnrrtptttty Seventh St I
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P PRO PROPHET R O P IIEt H ET BLi ELJAH1I I J JAH A H H ll 7 Y Y 7 T i <
PLANS PLANS MEXICAN MEXICAN EDEN EDEN
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Do Dowie y WpldTunneI Weuld Wquld f Tunnel Ext Extn Extinct n t YoJcanoE Volcanoes for f qr Watje W Wa a je rf Hfor for r j
2QGOOQO 2 8RQOOO OCO 000 ACl Acres es S c JTerntor f Territor y yNo No Mules Nlut >
T or Hogs Allowed >
CITY OF OF MEXICO May Iuy 27 21John John
Alexander Dowie will secu secure re water to
irrigate the 2O 200DQOO > OOa acres of land which
he has arranged nrran ed to purchase In the State
of Tamaulipas lamauH as by tunneling into four
extinct volcanoes
The volcanoes arc within the the bound ¬
aries of the tract and are ar full of t water
Engineers Englne ls believe that an inexhaustible ln xhaustlbl
supply of water will be secured from
subterranean sources
Dowie has agreed to pay 2 Mexican
CAR SHEDS MOVED
ON or CAPITOL GROUNDS
The old passenger railway station that
has ha stood on the House side of the
Capitol grounds grou nds for a great gr at mnn mnny years Y ars
l
has been removed to the Senate side of
the grounds at the terminus of the theelec elec lec ¬
tric car line in the grounds The shed she d I
that was wag on the t he Senate cnatQ cnatQside side has been
removed to Delaware avenue and B
street to be e used as a station for forthE the
Avenue cars The shed ahedon on the House
side was of no value as a waiting sta
tion as it was too from the car line lIn
The House side s hed being baln larger than
the one on onth the Senate side it was vaSlC re ¬
moved there where there are a greater great r
number of passengers
currency per acre or a total of 100000Q 1O0OO I
He will establish est bUsh seven c cities tlesas as well w ll as
sevemlagrJ several agricultural ultural settlements
The Mexican Mexleancolony colony will be known as
Eden Ede n so so that th at there may b To no con ¬
fusion with the parent p r nt colony cOloii in the
United States
Dowie announce annou tt that mules mu les and imdl10gs ud hogs
will not be bcaU allowed vc dwlthln within the bound bo und s
ar ies of the Meicican Mc ± tican tract and that an
attempt att mpt will be made to exterminate the
fleas and mosquitoes
FRAUD FRAUDORDERS ORDERS ISSUED
BY THE POSIOFFiCEj
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Fraud orders have been beenlss issued d by the
Postoffice Department DeI artment aga nganst inst C C
Goodrich Co and Albert E Reed I
Co w wlieat fieat l eat pool investors In Investors vestors of Chicago Chica o
Gem Manufacturing Com Company pany letter I
writers Cassopolis CassopollsMlch Mich the the KeYf Key ¬
stone Commission Commi don Company M 18 S Roth
M 1f Havlin TV YJ J Sommers R R H Doc Dock k
man M lL D Skinner and C CMcPike McPike t
diamond investors invest rs East St LouisaIll iiis111
and Houston HCnj t Tex
ACTING IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Judge JudgeOne One month in jail
Prisoner Priso PrisonerBut nerBut But judge I run runasum a summer ner f
hotel hotelnnd and the th season se son is sabo abott abot tto to open t
Judge JudgeEight Eight months monthsPuck Puck r rJudgeEight 1
j SONfiF THE PRESIHENT
WItl ILL ftL ALSO HUNT BE BEARS
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Theodore Jr Jrto to Spend SpendPoxtion Portion of the
Summer i in in ttb ttbc the c Sierras Si tr ipur Pur ¬
suing s sui ui 1g < Big B g G Game nie
FRESNO FRESNOr r Cal Cals s May 1 ta aj 27 Theodore Theodo
Roosevelt Rooaev lt jr it is going to hunt h nt bears
catch trout troutand and see s eth the big Ig mountains
this summer He hasbeen has been be n invited to
spend the summer summerln in the theSlerras Sierras with
Stewart Edward Edwardr White S hlte author of The
Blazed ElazedTtitii Tra IraLl il and nd yesterday ye sJer Iaysent < sent word l
here that the th invitation inI In itation iUol1 had h d been een ac ¬
cepted < J
The Th author has a lodge at North
Fork on the San Joaquin river The
lodge will be headquarters ts from which
expeditions of many kinds will be taken
some into the Yosemite and some to
the the toi toS > s of mountains that none but
sturdy mountaine mountaineers rg will attempt to
climb L
Young Mr Roosevelt t will arrive at
North Fork ForkonJuly on July 1 and will w l remain re main mainy y
in the Sierras for ten weeks weel s
THIS NEVER HAPPENED
How do you like my new hat Hen He
ry rYt t
Its It Iti i s really a dream my love
And Henry the price was only 46
No no my dear you never got gotl a
hat like lik th that t for f rsuch such a a paltry sum suml
Cleveland Plain Phfln DC Dealer er
AS CLASSIFIED CI SSIFIED
Giles GilesThat That chap across acros the street str it was wa
the lightweight champion eh mpion In his h day
Miles lfilesYou You dont say I He certainly
doesnt look like a prizefighter now
Giles GilesOh Oh he wasnt a aprizefigtter prizefighter
He Was was formerly a a coal dealer dealerChfcago Chcago
News N eYs
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WALTH WALTHAM 1nM WATCHE8 O
Mow a WALTHAM WATCH W J TCM set setEgIandstinlei Englands Engandstime >
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American American Wa Vvaltham Va ltham Watch Co > C
Waltham Mass U S A
GENTLEMEN About three years s ince
acting actingon on the thcadvice advice of ora f a friend who had
had hadone one of your watches for forabouteigh about eigh ei gh
teen years ye irs I purchased a Lever eyer Wa ltham
Watc Vatc h I Iam am ha ppy to sa y ft it has turned turne d
0 out a marve mar elo e l lo o f faccurac accurac y yan an dunder d dun un under der the
c circumstances circumstances I feel fee ll llani l I Iani ani on ly lydo do doing ing my m y
duty dutyin in in bringing this fact to your notice
But per haps its most un n ique per
formance an d the one of of which I Im arn m
especially es pe da1l proud proudis is is the fact that by byits its
aid ai d I was able to detect an error erro in tn the
fa ll l o oftlz of f the EIz time ba ll llal at the Ro Roa ya a l Observa
tor or y 3 Greenw ic h hw w hic h gives gn es o the standard d
time to the c iv ilized ilize d dworld world wor ld It ha a ppoped pp ppe e d
as follows fo Uows I Ima ma ke a practice o f fwatc watc hing hin g
the fa ll Uo o f the time ba ll lleac eac h ha da a y yatone atone
oc ocloc 0 c lock k p m w whenever the a ir is is clear
enough noughand and one day to my mysu surprise f ti I
found the ball had dropped some s sbme bme few
seconds before I had h expect eXPJ expectt c j it to I
had hadUc suc Uc h ltcol con z fidence fidencezn deJzcc in z my wa vatc v ici 1cli17lt1 1i ftfit 17lt1 1ttI
did not fiot be bdz lieve fve it was at fatilt far lt ailfe a aiJd Hd felt lt ltLo Lo
2 sure SZJr that some mista ke ha lad d been beellt1la ma de
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rt t t the tl Observatory ObscYiJtltiJryOn On telling t I1ing some of o f
my friends o ofmy f my m convictions con ictions I I was Ya simply im ply
laughed la lau g ghed edat at f9r fpt my m my X Xc lrpB1dence c vimpudence impudencein 4n i dar ar iri g
to pit my Waltfe Waltfem m mo o Ya yatch vatc c h a against gau stt l the i
accuracy of the Royal yal Observator bservatpr b bervato ervato ry y f Hpwf Hov q i
ever to set the matter i 1att r at atre rest t r rwrotejt9 I Iwrot wrotejt9 wrot i9f s to iJ
the Astronomer Astronom rRo Rojra Ro ya l telling tellin g hrmfQj hifni nrYfJ y v
conv iction an a d dasking asking him if he vot v iOu iB
let me know whether I was right orWrong or wrong wrong
In 1rclurll ret return lrn I 1rcccilJcd received rcccilJcda a courteous C01rtcousreply reply
from fro111tlie the Astronomer rR Royal yalstatiflg t statin stating g that ltal
I Jwa was wa fQll qu ite e right and that on the day
named name namedowingto d dowin owing owin owingto to an acc ident the ba ball ballwas ll llwas was
dro droppe ppe d da about a bou bout t ighteen e secon ds too too soon
This seems to me suc h ha a remar remarkable kable proof pro f
o of f the there re lia bility bilityo o f your watc watches hes that 1
fee justified l in bringing br inging in ging it to your notice I
Jyou If you wou ld Jdcare care to have the Astronomer
Royals R yals letter as a memento I Isho rshou should shou ld be
pleased to hear from you to that effect i
Wis yis hing ever every y success an and d prosperity pros per ity to
your deservedly wor vc > r ld ldfamed famed Company
= I Iremain rema remain in 4
Yours very s incerely
THOMAS THo11 s WHEAT J
at i v The reply from fro ri the Astronomer Roy RoylL aL
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H Hr HfWlHvfc r fWlHvfc Ro Roya yal l Observatory Observ t ry Greenwic ic h <
Lon London don S E
Li i 1894 Marc Marih h i IO < v
t DEAR SIR In answer answef to your letter letter of yester da day y the Astronomer < Royal requests r qpes f
Yme me to in form you yo u that on Thurs day last the time timeb ball 1l1 1l1was il was through anaccident anatddepf
dropped about eighteen seconds before one oclock
Yours tru ly <
T Wheate Esq H R P HOLLIS HOL
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For Picnic Parties
Our Grocery Department contains all the good things for
J outing outin g trips trip s sand and picnic parties The following followin g articles are special
for this week only a at t tour our main store branches andmarkefstands and andmarkef markef markefstands stan stands ds
Buy tomorrow for Decoration Day
SpInach regularly rel > l ly 12c per QC 9 Boned Turkey Turke regularly f AC
1 can an Special tmV thh < week at at 7 Joe 5e can Special this week at at A 2 L Oc U
l Boned Chicken regularly 20 9 t AC C I Scotch ScotCh Peas regularly 4c t < JC c I
1 Jf 5c > c can Special this week reelt v Ib Special this week at 2
Pickles Relishes Ch6WCho Ch w whow ho > 1JY y Etc s
1 Halfpints regularly 12c 1 IOC AC Quarts regular lt gnlnr price prlc t Sc ICC 1 C
special this week at iW LJ Special this week weekOnly only H A 2SC >
1 Pints regular price ISe i 1SC fc C I Prunes Prl nEt regular price lOc r jc
J Special this week only at 3 i b Special pEclal this week aj at 7c I
Order at our branch store and market stand sfa stancLnearel illLQe Dearest r st your
home Prompt Promptd deliveries liveries to all parts of the city and su Bftfes ilr s
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