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12 TEE 1 WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MAY l AY29 29 19Jij
DEMOCRATS HOLD
PRIMARYELECTION PRIMARY ELECTION
Alexandr Alexan dria ia Today Scene of
Political Politica1Aciivity Activity
POLLS OPEN DURING DAY
Voting for Nomination of Officers Other
Than Mayor and City
Council
ALEXANDRIA Va May 29 29The The
Democrats of Alexandria Alexandria Alexandriaare are engaged
tcday in holding a primary election elecUonfor for
city officials other than the city citycOWlcll council
and an4 mayor
The polls opened In intha the four wards at
sunrise unrise this morning and will remaIn remain
0 open until sundownXThe SWldOD e election elec t10I has
been a n very quiet cu o jfe J e but all the can ¬
didates dates are at wojpc WQ lk and vehicles v hIcles are
employed to bring oters to to the po lls
The following is the ticket being
voted oted City auditor audlt r E F Price and
William A Moore sr cletlc of the gas
John B Wailer Caytcr H Smith and
George F Bradley Bradle collector colle ctor of taxes
P F FGormarx Gorman and Edgar F Thompson
clerk o of the courts John S Beach and
Lawrence Stabler city clt treasurer treagUr l
Thomas W Robinson corporation co rpo rllti on at ¬
torney Samuel P Fisher Robley D
Drumback Drumbackand and William E Feridall tl
j commissioner ccmmission r of revenue Charles C i1rles H
Callahan c uahancity city sergeant Robert H
Cox commonwealths attorney S G
Brent measurer ot wood and bark
Charles Goodrich Goodfich Goodt 4ch inspector of lumber
S C Swain In the first firs ward Julius
Peltdn PeIt n and Frank Frnnk1fason Mason are up for
constable c nstablei in the th Third ward Edward
Padgett is candidate for magistrate
and an In the Fourth wa wnrdCC wird Vd C C SIpple and
James F Hammersley are candidates
for magistrate and F M Wood for f r con ¬
stable
The judges at the different wards to ¬
day da are areF1rst First ward Edward Warfleld
b 3r and Oscar Phillips Second ward R
M Latham and Edward Price Third
ward B F Penn and Harry Hammond
Fourth i urth ward C R Davis and Thomas
Chauncey Chaunce
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I IALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIA NEWS NOTES1 NOTES J
ALEXANDRIA ALEXAr RIA I May 29 29An An Old old pump
was removed from the tll oldest well In
Virginia today to ay It stood in fro front t of f
the Alexandria police volI < estaUonon station station on on the
east side of the market The well there th pe
was dug in 1754 and from that time I i
to the present pr sont it has yielded a supply
of clear water but not drinkable It
was the favorite place in olden days
for the trial trl ll < of the hand engines and
has been be n of f immense use in the past
century and an d da a half
FUNERAL OF BLAIN CRAIG
The funeral of o the late Blain Craig
look 10 0k place from from Wheatleys WheatlE s undertaking
parlors in Xing street this morning
The interment was as made In Douglass
i Cemetery Craig was cut in two by a
frieght train a Waterloo last Saturday
afternoon
TO DEMONSTRATE FIRE SIGNAL
George orge W Pettey left Alexan Alexandria dria for
New York last night w where here he will w1lldem dem ¬
onstrate o stra strat strae t e the theworklng working of ofhis his fire engine
house signal sigpal to Chief Croker
THEFT OF JEWELRY
F Bendheim reports to the police that
thieves entered his house last Saturday Saturda
night and stole therefrom a ladys gold
watch and fob one pearl pearlnecklaceand necklace and
5 5 Ia in Inmone money
HOLD ROLD1rIEMORIAL MEMORIAL SERVICE
At 4 40coc oclock k ky yesterday y strday afternoon me ¬
morial services sewtceswere were held h ldat at the Meth ¬
odist Protestant Prot stant Cemetery by Alexan
dria and an a Belle Haven Councils Junior j
Order United United American AI 1erlc m mre Mechanics re hanicS The
graves gxavesof of the deceased dece ged members of the
order were strewn with wlthfiowers flowers and
after the singing of hymns addresses addr sses
Ver were delivered by b the Rev Dr W F
Fisher of the Baptlt BapCthurchi Church the Rev
J A A Jeffers of Trinity Methodist Metho Ist
Church and the Rev Edgar Carpenter S
of Grace Protestant ProtestantEpiscopal Episcopal Church
WILL CROSS BATS TOMORROW i
The baseball nine ni e of the Alexandria
postofiice will pLtY a game with the
Virginias at the grounds at the the foot of
Franklin street tomorrow morning at
11 oclock
MARRIAGE lA IAGELICENSES LICENSES
Hermanv Herman TP Birgfield 25 2L1nden Linden Md d
and Virginia Vlr tnia S Denny IS District of
Columbia Thomas o oR R Lee Si 24fu 21and and fu id Virginia E I IThoma
Alexander 20 j
FrederIck k K K Barbour 24 and Helen Helen 1
N Cooke 21
Jacob L Bruck and Bessie Dillon
SO
William Childe ChU s 25 and an Mary F Tar
bruter 19
William Brown 22 and Hattle Wood
BUILDINGS BUILDI JGS LIMITED
TO 1090 90 FEET IN HEIGHT r
Bu Buildings ildings erected erectedDn on the north side Ide of I f
G street between Seventh and Eighth
streets northwest must not exceed CXCeed90 90
feet e t in height t This is the substance of j
a recommendation made by b Engineer or
Comm Commissioner issioner Biddla Biddletoday today
The width of G Gstreet street near the Pat patcnt
cnt Office from building line to building
line is SO feet and the height of build ¬
legs will be limited to the same distance
This Will Wi l Interest Many
F FY W Parkhurst the Boston publisher pub1l8h r r
says that if any anyone one afflicted with rheu 1 ¬
matism In any form or neuralgia n uralgln will
send their address to him at 48 Shawmut
Building Boston Mass he wUl yill direct
them to a perfect pert ct cure He has nothing no hlng
to tosell sell or give only tells you how he
was cured after years of search for re ¬
lief Hundreds have tested it with suc ¬
cess
Marina Band at Chevy Chase Lake
Grand concert Tuesdav evening May y
SO o followed by dancing In pavilion
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DONT FORGET
To Taio Alon Along
BED BEDSTABPREBOEIP STAB PSaSOBXPMOar ION
On Your Decoration Day Outing 1
Somo SomaOno Ono May MayBe Be Taken HI
From OvorTeedinff Ove ecUng and
Indigestion
For Sale by b E H KOSS
and Other Druggists
SHE jeiDSiklTY MEDICINE CO
Washington D DC C
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GEORGE WASHINGTONSENIORSINCAPANDGOWN WASHINGTON SENIORS IN INClP CAP AND GOWN
IN ANNUAL ANNUALMARCH MARCH THROUGH THE CITY ClTYSTREETS STREETS J Jr r
THE PROCESSION ON THE MOVE
An Imposing Imjsin gs Sunday nday Afternoon Spectacle Led Le by President Neeaham
STUDENTS OF G GWU 1 W 1 1U U
HEAR HEARANNUAL ANNUAL SERMON
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Two TvoHundred Hundred Sen iors an d Fac Facu lty in Ca Cap p pan an d Gown
March From Un ivers iversity ity Bu ilding to Memorial
Convention Hall Ha UImpressive Impressive Exercises xercis s
i Two hundred h dr d seniors in caps and
gowns marched from the George Wash T sh ¬
ington University building to Memorial Memori l
Conven tion Hall ysterday yeat Ste iday idayn idayternoon afternoon n ternoon
and I listened to the baccalaureate ser
mon preached by b the Rev Wallace II ii
Radcliffe
The procession was imposing Presi Pres 1 ¬
dent I Needham and the faculty marc h
Ing i in front and an followed follow by a splendid
array of young youn lmen g l 4 men and women who
will be sent sen t tout out Into the world in ina a day day
or so as the first graduates gr du es of o t the neW
George Washington University
President Pr sident Needham N eedham Presides I
When Wh n the he procession procession reached Memorial
Hall J th the members of the the fatuity fa ulty took
seats I upon the platform platf rm while the
were seated In the main hall
graduates
I ofthe j of the auditorium aud1todumPrtsident President STeedhain
presided J and the Rev Frank Hagar
Bitrelow Bi elow conducted c nducted the services
To every eve ry man the heavenly vision
comes < U UNo No Noso soul he l said Is shut In to t the Ifard 1 nard ard pro
existence Every life has itsgar Its gar
siac Tr Tru Truth h
mountain top n
its
den its ltswell well
does do < csnot not always aIV aYs and to every one on e appear appc Your al alfull
full j orbed but it does appear l
youn younl youngmenshall young l men shall see v isions inspire They come pur
with divine purpose they
IRISHAMERICAN UNION
PAYS MEMORIAL TRIBUTE
Appropriate Appr prlate memorial exercises were the
afternoon over
held yesterday
of thirty Irish lrlshpatriotsin patriots in M Mt 1t
graves
Olivet I Cemetery Ceme tery teryTho The graves were dec ¬ i
the members of i
orated I with flowers by
the IrishAmerican Ir1jh < merlcan Union and the
Emerald Club lu b The decorators de deorators orators formed
In a procession and imarc marc march Il1axchedfrom marched h d from ° m one
another A At i each t grave Q avo n a few
to
grave and a bas
words J of tn trIbute lVllltO wercsaid 0f were T said
last
the
her of flowers was placed on
of the patriot
resting place
decorated waS was that of
The last grave the
Here
Rei1lY
Dr Thomas Devlt
halted nai an d addresses
was
procession recession
and P J
I P T Moran
ww w were r made by j
H Raltlgan E the fol
HThe The TheE Thegraves graves decorated were
lowing DevIn Rel1ly the Re Rev
Dr Thomas Patrick
Father Boyle Thomas Holden
Corcoran l homas phl1blnHenr PhUbin Henry
Boucher John OMeara James Flanna
gun James L L OConnor D A A Ia
haney hane Corn Cornelius llus Koehane Col PatrIck
ing l Daniel Grady Thomas Fltz
Downmg Down
Futh Futher l
gerald James Bellow the Rev
Ryan Dr ur Cieary Clear j Edward awaru jkc Kennedy i =
John Mer Meri Merlin i ia P V OConnelL OConnellCapt Capt
William Murphy lurPh Daniel A A Brosnan
John Fleming the Rev Father Walter
Michael Cavanaugh Patrick Moore loore
John Joh Coughlin P R J McBillgntt Pat
irick rick r Fleming and Stephen Stepp en McGrati McGr th
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Day Outing
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Smoked Eyeglasses
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I Typevriter Typew riterPape Paper
Letter L tter and Legal Size
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40c
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R P PI I Andrews Paper Co
627G29 LaAV3 la va 628630 D St
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Beef Wine and a n d Iron Ironpt pis 5 25o 25 D
A good spring tonic Regular
price prlc tOe
ODonneifs ODonneUsDrug Drug Stores
904 04 F st3d I st and Pa Pa ave se
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pose and motive they ordain conduct
they mold character thcy shape events
and andage ages > The face of otheworldwas the world was
changed because occause Paul had this vision
To every young man going down the
Damascus road comes a glowing visIon
ot desire and opportunity Obedience Obedlenceto to
the heavenly vision will bring to you ou
e exactly ct1y what it brought to Paul
Made by Our Visions
We are made by Our our visions Tell me I
your ideal and I will tell you what you
are The dream drerunre reveals als the man The
i glory of the opened op ne d heavens transfigured
the purpose and emotion emoUonotthe of o the heart
and i made Paul the tl1egrandestgentleIDan grandest gentleman
save Christ that ever lived A mans
manner manner is his character Paul never for ¬
got himself for love persuaded ersuadedhlman him and
his work The Christian Is a knight
errant of piety A AChrlstllke Christlike boor a
braying termagant are anomalies in the
household of faith Pauls vision com ¬
pelled p l1ed success also for ideals rule the
world Luther dreamed of the open P n
Bible before a re formation reformation Came can1eCo Go
lumbus dreamed of the New World be ¬
fore he saw it it Yet we learn by O doing
Obedience is the law of development
Incarnate your dream Work it out
You are today on the road to Damascus
Between you and the gate a vision
comes
l lCAMP CAMP GOOD WILL
BEGINS TOMORROW TorylO ROW
The opening of Camp Good Will for
the Bummer summero of 1905 will take takepl place ce to t ¬
morrow Already many people 11av have
3Ignified their Intention of being beln gvresent present
ito to view the Summer rOutings Outings OutingaCenter Center e nter that
did so much to please and benefit its
hundreds of lit little tlQ guests last season seaso n
The camp is adapted for Just the
kind of rest and good time needed by
those who have been closed up in stores
and offices through the winter It is a
large farm sufficient sufficient to provide for an
almost unlimite d number of picnickers
it is sltua situated fed on one o of the highest hills I
in Rock Creek Park and is a acehter center
from whi whi whitii J2h h some of the most delightful
walks may be betaken taken it Is equipped with
tents playgrounds Vlygroundsetc etc for the benefit
of the children who are given a two
weeks vacation In the summer but will
Interest and please quite as well the
friends f ends who attend its opening
1775 1 775 to Atlanta and Return Ch7S 1775
Via Southern railway June JJne4 4 4 and 5
final limit of tickets June 15 1905 ac ¬
count Master 1last r Plumbers Association
Apply Southern Hallway Offices
MOBMONlSMIS8UE tI1RMOM1 8M I8UE
OF nFUTAH M TA POLITICS POL1T1
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Salt take Cit City CityatFeverHeat at JFever Heat Ove Over
Question of Extending Church
I Franchises
The citizens > of f Salt Lake face facea a a
situation unique u iq e in many manyways ways but
generally genei lly speaking spea kIng not n ndtentirely entirely dissimi ¬
lar from fro m the municipal u icipal muddles m muddlesIn uddles in some some
o of f your Y01 rEas Eastern ern c dte ities said Qgden Ogd n
Riles mles a apromillent prominent attorney of 0fSalt Salt
Lake City Utah Uta ta h hat at the New Willard
last night
MormoriismJs Ior niortis mls the great question We we w
have to deal with The church has not no
only onicntered entered into int opoUUcs politics > but buthasen has en ¬
tered into all aIltheiJvenues the avenues of business as a
well tell It owns owns the t e street street railway the
lighting ll hting plants the waterworks and an
has large stores and manufacturing nmnufa turlng es s ¬
tablishments tabshmentsAI Any effort effortb by an outs ou idei
to establish h himself In Inb business siness Isre Is re ¬
seated s entcd
u Municipal M1 M1niclpal niclpal politics although the elec ¬
tion tionlsmo Is months ths away Is lsaJrcady already at fever
heat In my opinion two tickets will be b
In the field one a Mormon ticket and anc
the other a Gentile ticket
The city cltcoullcil council equally divided
with eight ght Mormons and eight Gentiles
Is now in deadlock on the question ol of a
extending extendingfor for a ahundr hundred dyears years all ttu th
franchises held by b the thechuroh church That ij hi t
the point upon u On which the municipal munlclpal1xLt bat ¬
tie tl is Is i to be fought It is isimpossible impossible tc t
foretell the result
Mr HUes will vil1be be In Washington for
several s days da she ho having several cases
before the United States Supreme Court
He was a member of the Army nny of th the
Potomac Potomucduring during the civil war and wen went
West shortl shortly after it ended
His last visit vlsithere here was fort forty < years
ago The changes that have ta taken ken plac <
In the Cu Capital ltal City since then he said
are remarkable
BiDDLE DENIES REQUEST
FOR CEMENT SIDEWALK
N No sidewalk sldew U will Wfllbe 11 be laid on the soutl
side of Rho Rh Rhode de d Inland avenue northeasi
from Twelfth i > treet to connect with tht
walk on Adams street street as requested reIUesl d bj
the Brobkland Bro kland Citizens Association
The estimated cost of the work is 5000 5000
Engineer Commissioner Biddle in deny
Ing the request says that the conditioi
of the sidewalk sldl walkfund fund will not allow it
It It is not poss os 5lble ible at at present presen t to laj la =
sidewalks in front of new houses 01
to replace old brick walks which whlchhav hav <
become dangerous as rapidly as is de
sired It does geS not therefore seem gooc
policy to lay lagIdlwalks sidewalks over this lengtl
when it Itls Is entirely unimproved and ap a >
parently not likely to be improved fo
some time to come
May Ma 30th at Chev Chevy y Chase Lake
Best accommodations for picnic par
ties Marine r rlne Band concert and dancini
evening evenln
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I I I II No There There4e Bert Ale cr RefrIgerator I I i
I I I Tlrun The 0 0BowenNew Bowen BowenNew Ner 0 0 JJ
II IIProgress Progress ProgresorLenox or Lenox
I 1 Special Values III
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IIT 1II OUR oui GUARANT GUAJr ANTEE EE jjyp DRIPF PANS ANS ft1 l lj j
uj 1 Perfect Satl3factIon ft1t
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1 or flloneyeturned Money Returned FREE
I I Ir r t 698 6 6B B 98 I M I I
I I F For or a Gua Guaranteid ra r tetd Len Lenox ox Refrige Reftigera
II I tii tor made of ash removable Ice ie
I compartment shelves and waste h mi
I Iiiiii I pipe galvanized iron zinc lined j jp It p I I
I IO IOil gogs il 98 Iot Co c r
11111 I For a Guaranteed New Progress Refrigerator Ref rigeratormadeof made of ash I
1Ji eve every rv P part art removabledryair removable dry air circulatiOn zinc lining charcoal
I1i sheathing finely made and finished rm
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Oak or r m mahogany ho laYfiniShe finished d turned m
I II I legs Upholstered In in Pretty velo velotir r j
I rmrr rmrrstrong strong and well tinishe finished i fr m
UJ mm mmlI We f lI lIe e Wt Wtll iII e ll r Trust rust YOU 1 T TOU OU l lft1 ft1
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WATER WAT E A CONSUMPTION O 00 O N8UM PTI ION < N
SHOWS SHOWGREAT GREAT GREATWASTE WASTE
Official Offici lReport Repor t on the Subject Gives GivesJntere Interesting stiIJgDa Data ia Con
ve rting ln in ingAvailableSupplyand iflg Available Supply and Possibility PQssib li ty of Its
Failure F i1ure Most in Cold Weather i
A A recent official officialr l repprt rep PQrt rt on the subject s j ei
of the thewnterCQn water consumption sumpliQIlO of this thisclty city
discloses disclo ses a condition condlti n of oti otart i affairs art lrs of o vital
interest h1er st to 0 tpo the people PtJopeO of the District DI tri t
and cndone one demanding Qema nding that that it be soon S OIl t ter t r ¬
minated by the application a pp1c tlOn of an n efficient
remedy
Inquiry InquiryfrQrf front f rprA official fftclalsources sources and d in the he
line of this report eportb has elicited the in i I
formation forma tion jfcta that a dally consumption consuIFPUonol of I
40000000 gaUoris g t tUIs1scons < UIs1scons Is considered lderCd adequate
to tothcrri the resMiiubie lMrbl < reatiiremerits rcq 1irern ntff of o f the
District DlslrictdoLleStic domestic manufacturing muDufacturingmu 1 mu ¬ j
nicipal nlclpulond and f federal deral i
The hc actual consumption under ordi ¬
narycondlt narycondltnsvarJes nary conditions nsvarJes varies from s stxty ixty to
sixtyfive sfxtyfiyemi million million liongallons gallons psr par dicmgiv diem giv ¬
ing ng a constant constanteveryday everyday alltheyear
round waste asto of o ftwentytotwe twenty to twentyfive 1trfive
million gaUcnaJ1 gallons a day d xThta This state 3t te of af
fairs fal1sTl1tght might ccntinns ccnr 11l for for a few years ears
so far as a s the th s supply is concerned for
the capacity clpacltyof of the he filtl8tlnvlant nitration plant 1575 is 75
000000 OOO gallons gall ns a adayandth day and the aqueduct
can easily e sUysuPVly supply thlltdua that quantity uantity tlt
Ran Up tooooooooo to too0ooooo
Du Bur dng ins the thu cold o j jwu wu weStiier tr of 0 1t last Feb uh ¬
mary however thecjnsumUonon the consumption on
several seeI days dltSrnn rah ran between bctwecniOOOOOO 00000000 and
I000000i0 1 00 OOK > DW and a n d on < ne n e occasion oCc aslon reache reh reached Che d
100000000 in twentyfour hours Even
this con om dition ition of affa affairs irs m might might ight be tot ¬
erated temporarily as the th flow of the the
aqueduct and nd the permissible vermlss lble depletion
of the reservoirs would suffice 8ufflc to t keep
up this supply for a ape a per perjod rjod iod somewhat
longer IfJnge longe r than that tl at of the cold spell l last st
winter
But when the filtration plant in in
operation with its maximum maxlmumcapaclty capacity of
75000000 it is obvious that th t if I more than
that quantity is used the surplus surpIlsO over ovc VCr
the 75000000 75 ooOOO which goes through the fil ¬
ter beds b4dsmust must be supplied direct from
the mains ma1nsandhence and hence the fuppl supply after
having been be < n purified puslfiedat at great cost must
be repolluted by the introduction of un
filtered tu te red water into the mains
The danger angerto to the public from lh the use
of raw Potomac water will wiUnot not be so
great as at atpres present p silicea since a large lar ge pro pro ¬
portion portlono of the the supply will have h ve been been
purified and will to tothatextentdUute that extent dilute
the th impure water water waterenterIng entering 1 the distribu dlstd u ¬
tion system But the danger will w1l1eXst e est lst
in iha a ver very definite defin te an0 an substantial degree degr e
and no measures measU es which can possibly
be adopted to prevent the necessity of
repolluting the filtered filtere d duVply supply uVply during during
the cold weathcr of next nextwinterc winter can n
be neglected without the thegrovestr gravest respon spon ¬
sibility
The 25000000 of o allyearround a waste
results r sults from bad order of the distribu ¬
tion system syslemartd and house fixtures xtur s and th the
indifference lqdifJefen e qf c f consumers which per r ¬
mite mUsa a constant flow of water for no
other reason than to to avoid a void the trouble
of shutting it Off or The TIlecausesof causes of this
waste areudAfncuIt re dUnc lt to assign as between
the thecoI1nt1m consumers consumers 1s individually ind Vfauhl1y and the con con
sumers collectively COUcc ttvely
A ADefinitc Defin Definite ite Cause
The 30000000 3OC90 1 000 iifcold of if cold weather waste
results from fromnperfectly a perfectly welldcSne dand d and
definite caUse daus ausew which 1lch is the thedisD95 dispos d1sppitofl ition 1tio n
of teOnsuiners p ironsumer ngu r to tonv to avoid id the freezing of
pipes and an andfixtijes flxlvirjs fix t by byaU by allowing aU > wins water r to
run ru continuously onthlU us Y instead ot taking
proper means t to protect prote ct the th pipes pil from
cold or I to turn tu n thcwat the water r off from the
house at night n i ight ght yhcnrOQms jyhen hen rooms are allow Uow ¬
ed to fpJl I l to tof frfelnB ing temperature t This
cause cliuseof Of wastssi was j rests rcfjtsabsolutelY absolutely with wit
the individual 1ndIiduaicol consumer sumer and un can beV b
reached r aahed only onlyby by the use use of a ap police Uce
power Alletforts All Alle e fforts ffortsi1erto hertofore remadE made 11a have vii i
been ineffective
The r reasons asons why they the have been in
tfffctive effictlvcshoulq effsctive should be known to those thoscwhQ whg
hare trie tried d to enforce preventive pr vcn iv meas
ures and it should slQuldpot not be bclmpo3siblc impossible to
devise a new ncws system st < m free from the tb de ¬
fects of former fo rner ones On es which will WHl reac re reaci acb h
the desired results r sults JV t fundamental
feature of ofa a successful plan would W uld seem ecm
to be ope which wilUplice the punitive
or orcoercive coercive power pow rIn in the hands han dsot of the
administrative department f requiring no
cooperation or assistance s5Istan e rrQm from the
courts
ILLUSTRATED SERVICES
BY DR NEWMAN NE VMAr CLOSE
The illustrated 11lustratedservi services esasconduct as conducted d
at the First FirstCongregaUonal Congregational Church
I Tori Tcnth nthand th and G Gstreets1Y streets by Dr S M New
man were ere brought to a close last las t teven even ¬
inS
These Illustrated sermons sermJ15 of Dr D New ¬
man manhav have attracted a great deal Of at at a ¬
ten tion Uondurlng during the winter Mrs IrsBrown Brown
ins In s Message to the World was the
subject U Tjt of the last sermon by Dr New >
man man
The evening even ing services will be brought
to a dose cJ se next Sunday evening eveniu with
the choral s service rice
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Store ewiIIc1ose will mclose close si tl 1 p m tornorr tomorrow
5 ANMNWt3 NIO r e
M 5taPA i p
THE auY 1J t CONE j N
EALFDAY TOMOBBOW
Trunk sale
Ui t less than
half Drice
Surely no O one with a vacation coming will neglect
this opportunity opportimity3rdfloor 3rd floor Sale prices are so low de ¬
tails need not be repeated
298 2983 398 e 98 449 449S 1549 49
648 698 798 7 9 8998 998
EALFDAY TOMOS3OV7
29c white habutai I c
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It is thoroughly washa washablean ble blean an d dan an excep ¬
tional tio al quality y ysilk silk Weve just 5000 5oOQyardsof 5000yards yards of this
20inch White Habutai to sell tomorrow at this
price priceand and if women appreciate this bargain as
I they should it it will be gone in less than half a day Always 29c a
I yard yardand and considered a value extraordinary at that price pr ice
I You know the vogue for White Silk Waists Waistsand V istsand and indeed indeeds some rne
I women like entire entiresuits suits of such silk
H Figure out how slight the cost will willbe be if fyotl you buy a a dress pattern fj
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t toe have three large eyelets and covered < vered Cuban heel p 1
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and madrasnatural madras natural and gray linens
and fancy madras n madrasin 1 adr a 5 in tan and gray Ever E ver y
one is strictly tailormade
We WT To C bought 500 from a The TJ1Cslclrts skirts are ar cut full I
maker for iO r about ahO ut what have a ad deep e p pleated l > lea ted
the mntcrials are worth
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dispose dlsI > ose of his stock lection of suits weve
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Waists Istsure are trimmed
with cluster and plain They Theynrereulnr are regular 8W O > L
tucks tucl tuckssleeves < ssleeves sleeyes are the and 700 TOO Suits Sultaand and wou ld
newest newe tstyre style and stocks Sto clcs sell SC 11 at that tl at price vrlc ir
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p ffniost m most OS t desirable deSIrab lerelia reliab reliabe l e garmenta ga III1 III1c III1e c e I1ts
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Str strictly ictly 1S05 styles made of woven
madras mdras in blue b ue gray and tan
effects plaited and mdtuckcd tucked fronts
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plain white cambric with ith attached tt cb
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