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twice j that t j number b be br e r of ofwotmdd r wounded O 1 d continue co U ue I
todaj toda1r r y
The Th ly r4h ha i tfebn 1 een nd declared Uc1ard l rM jnl i1P t ta a
state tatc of orslege siege Troops a arc ire active in
° preventing any an demonstration d reaching eth1
such c4 propoxUpns qs s t9 to become cc ceomo tue o ngci
ous
Attempts to t erect r rt ct effective Ijafrlcades irlc ldes
have ha so far been prevented In taking
the thcincomplet incomplete oneS ones little determined
opposition opposiUonhas has been be en encountere rcl d
The leaders ot the strikers are ar are using usln usn
every means meal S to compel workmen who
so o far have refused r fttsca to stpp st mW wor r k to
join them cm They The are mc meeting l rg with lthlm suc ¬
cess A
It lt is s said s ld that th t the efforts of there the rcvW rev
olutlpharles olutiQn ries icsto to make converts among mon 1
the th troops has ha s met with withIsbmo Isbmo s sbthc m9 measure rria ure I Ith
ot oi success success especially espeCiallyomong among the ct1i In
t tulthmen tulthmenh ptrymun j
The e authorities aut h OTlt i cs are uc3rres 1 arres arrcttng ting li ng fill lUvlll iiI who >
ico Ice e themselves the se1 es conspicuous conspcuou in t the e
sent se ttlQbles troubles Already Nrca nearly seven
t1 ndred nd drcd d arrests Wve hr IIb > Ve ve been made
lltejnIls Phe a jails are uejrinmed jrjnmed mmed N New e prison ¬
ers are constantly being brought broughtin in
A great atproporti proportion n of o the prisoners are
Hebrews J
Japs J pS P pecrePoint Objective 1eC IJ Point P 1
Is laApparently X Apparently Ninguta inguta
ST S T PS PESUBG E raBSBTIRG Jts mf Junq Jun Q27 3t 2A > ills ¬
patch received c receLv d here fromGunehulung from Gunchulung
Manchuria Man Marich ll rlasaY8 lia says the Japanese Japanesetno move O e ¬
ment in the thedfr direction dfr cUon ctlo of NInguta is
Kept up P s steadily t adllY
SH SAYSSENATORM SENATOR MITGIiELL
1PT m NUSWOREHARD SWORE HARD
His H f Former i et Private friv te Sec Secretary eblIY Testifies T 3 s
Against Him HimDefense Defense Opens Ope t
x ar its ItsCase Case f > te 7 i
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PORTLAND PORTLAND Ore June Jun 27 2iHarp Harry
Robertson RabertionSenator Senator John If Hlnt o Mitchells lnt helr5 helVs
former 1 l1nerpr1vatesecie private secretary ta was the thep pr r jjjr
clpal clpalwitness witness Jor for the prosecution 1 rosecution yes es ¬
terday t ay In in the tria ir1a ir1aoft1ieSen trao l liOf iOf oft1ieSen the t Senator t ron on a I
c charge chargeotpracti of practicinjj practIc before beforeFederalde Federal de
partinents at t Wasalngrton V3I Wa ling1on
Robertson Bobertsonl3fdthe sai saiid afd id the Senator expressed
fear of o1pros prosecution cuUon for orl 1 apdL a ndthathc fid tliat tIat he
Ro Robertson ertson expreseedi expres e d tp tP01i tp1l tli VSiatof s SnatoL iO
belief b Uefthat that denial denfalwasmreless was1 wa us useiessas lessras asscv sev ¬
eral etalpersonsknewQtbe persons knew kne w ofthe connection of
the the firm fir not of it Mi Micheir 1ithh t cheir hell 1fTthner Tanrier Ta nrier with wt l L
tKe Ueworko te work of getting Cetting the Ivribs claims
expedited expedi ted
On being sabpoenaed ElQbpoenaedtoapperbef jbpo naed to appear before rc
the tliegrand grand jt jury J Q witness Hrtc said he hriwent h went
to Senator MftcheUaIid Mitchell and showed show d him
the summons summons and asked skedhin him for tOlw what hal
he l1 could coul be bewantcd wanted in Portland The
Senator said according to Robertson
that it was 10test1 to tc testify about the ac ¬
counts of the law firm of Mitchell
Tanner Mitchell the witness witn Bs said dtold told
him to go to t Tanner arid look at the
partnership agreement agr ementi and Tanner
would tell him howto testify tesUf A Robert Ro rt ¬
son said that the Senator had cursed cu rsed
tHe ptosecutlon ptose ution and tndhadsaid had said anything ari alhIn lhing
was was justifia ble in indefying defying the vovern h > vern
iment In this
inthlscaee case UL YJ > c
On On Robertsonsl2t Robertsons tum rn to Washing wash < lng
ton after appearing r bafpre 1 before f9reth thesgrand thegrand Crnnd
jury jur Senator SenatorMltchell Mitchell the thewitnsss witness said Il1
shook his fist in his face aceand and iiwore wore at at
him for his hlsaetlons actions In InPorUaiid Portland o The
witness witneslsald said Mitchell MltchcllfinaU finally final1 acknowl ¬
edged that he had known Kribs and re ¬
membered the partnership agreement
The TheScnator Senator according to Robertson
cried and swore arid said that he lu i
ought not n tto to beproscc1ted be prosecuted in Jnthe the th
Kribs case as he had received only onba a r l
few small checks Ch6cksfor for Iorwhat what Tie had haddon don done m lm
Robertson Robert8onidentified identified a letter given t i
him by Mitchell at Washington to tobe be b 5
delivered d liver d personairy per ona1f to t Tanner but b t Rob ¬
ertson had given to Prosecuting At ¬
torney Heney and the grand jury ju ry This S 5
letter 1ottettoldt9 told to the tliebest best of Senator Mitch ¬ I
ells recollection the plans made by b
i ailtcheU 1Utc it heJJ k Tanneri Tanner to o ewadon e1 adcbreakinK breaking r
the U e law la
Seur fev tesectossexianinat1ow retrrcro9sexr3nina ctoss exrmlnrtiOIf ± Ioir Jjy by byforme 1 former p r
Senator Thurston Tailed to to3ha shake e Rob Rob ¬
ertsons testimony testlmo i
The defense 1 ren then opened openecLits its Uscascb case by b r
calllng Tr O O1 Abbott bbott of Seattle Sc tt1 W V H
Odell Odello of Salem S lemJ J P PFullerton Pullertori of Rose
burg A S Stillman of 0fPendl Pendleton tonand arid am i j
W V D Wheelwright and T r D WIlcox
of t this city > All Allot of these thesete te testified stified Ufied to t D i
having rece r re received e red J asalstariee from fr m Mitch Mitchi Mit9i i
ell before various departments d partm nt8 but bute1ch each I
tald C iald ald that the Senator had refused reiuledconi corii corn j
perisation
It is said that Senator Mitchell tilchell may ma I
take ke the stand In his awn own behalf
WAN MANFALLS i FALLS ft ftlNTO INJO iNTOJAN1C TANK y
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9tQdi1Es Oc3ies OcitESrB R Nl k T 3 June jU J4ame 1 irames J mcs 3
Duress Dure 1 a aca carpenter nter at t the W Webster b5 b5ier ier r
c canning canning factory t f ctoI ctor in the town ot o WelJ I 1
0 j jSter Ster while w 1lle at t work lo lost st his ba b baance lance nc and an 1
t fell fe l into a large tank t nko ot boiling boiUngwater water
He H was wnallte literally ra11y boiled alive alhr e Henry 1enr y
Erland Erl nd engineer of the thepJant plant pulled him hr a 1
out and was wasscaIded wa scalded severely while whil e
doing so Duress lived twelve h hours hounshi in I a i
ikajvful Co awful wful agony aKOn
In In this thlscannlng canning factory a lory thebca the body o of c f
Birdie Birdl Hart Hart who hown was murdered it ilL L Is I
a jIegedby jleged by Erwin Eryln Smith Sm th in InJ July l 1904
was was found toundc concealed necaledJn Jri the cellar after afte
aii Inattenipthad an attfempt had been made mad to burn the tli
buIlding lld1n
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r FOOD FOODIW > l IN EfERMO SEILM0Ns S
Feed e the Dominie 1lg 1lghr ight hr and the Ser ¬
mons Are Brilliant
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A A conscientious hardworking and an
ninentl e mlnenU > jg sicsstul pcc ssful s tulc1 clergyman r m in n writes v irIt t ll
I am glad gla d to bear b ar testimony to iHc ih ti
plieasurc and an d increased ineasure measure of f
Efficiency ± fncI 1CY and health that have come ome to to 1 °
atjerom 1ic iet JtpmadopUngrap ftpmndptin xd optin g GrapeNuts Nuts food ooda as L
onri1 on of t m iw j drU arUclejtjet l s rt ii ti i
rff For or f several rniY rniYa years a rn 1 was thL snIU much 11t 11tdls dlsr dls dI
tfe8Bed ti s trd dur Tn5 i tCth thetwrly 1 irWParto part of each tc c h Jv
day da byJndige bJndfgesUon tion c My y breakfast br akfa t tj j i ugu u l
ally al1yconBisting conelsUngr of o Oatmeal atme l mllK r jind ir IC fl
eggs seemed to lo tujn turn sour and failed falli L
to toaJgcs digest t After Afte r dinner d dInner the th headache lteadael ie
and other symptoms smpt ms foilpvringr r llo wlng the ti Je
breakfas dt t w would uld ould we wer wear e r aWa away only to t i t 0
return however l next n xt morning
HavIng heard htardoG1a1eNut o GrapeNuts food too d
I flnallyv finall concluded 9q lud dto to to cive g ghe ive it a it fair a ir
trial I quit the use useo of oatmeal and ar id
eggs ggs ggsand and made ma de my breakfasts of o C 01
GrapeNuts cream toast and andPos Postum tum n
The Th rcssult r rr re r e ut was a as surprisIng sUfPrl I In in improved Improvi id d
health bea1U an d tota l la lasen a asen bsence sei1cp e of f the distresK dfstre IS K
that tha J had had hadJr L Jr for or s sl < lQngl long l ng a time fojlowod follow Id i
the teJ temomlng J morning meaL My If digeitidh dfgitJ n be b c ¬
came c cameonce me once on emorl m morqsa prf 1 sa flSractol isfactoryf the head hen d
iich ihc h1s h1st s sceased t r ceased c sed cd lic tnd t the te bid < l feellfier fe e eling elingor llfig of
energy returned retumedSlncc Since that thattime time four to ur r
year yeii e r ago g g I I Iliave > Jhave avc always alw s ha had d Grape Gra IC e
Nuts food on my mybreaktast breakfast table
I W was s d delighted lfghted to f find also aisotbat that th at
whereas wh reas before I began to use Grape ie e
Nuts food L was qulte qultenerou qu quIten ite r nerou nero rvousnd u and hrt l be t le ¬
came easily eallll wearied in the theorlc work of
preparing J reparlnggcnnoJJs sermons t nU in study tud a
marked murk J improvement Impr emeul In this thIHIC respect JWcl rc e
ulted u tcd from the change In my nI diet I r
110 am c CJ covIrieed vlnced lp ed that Vt GrapeNuts peNut5 food to 01 oil ° 1
produce pro uc eU d this hia result and helped me to
a sturdy turdY condition con Jtlon of mental and a nd
physical strength
I I have known of several persons perso i ns n
who were formerly troubled as I was wi ie
and who ho have been been11elped helped ot I Jiave Jut ve
keen 1I by b the use uJt of QrapeNutB food to < > d
on onm my recommendation recommend Uon among whom wll jm m
may maybe be mentioned the Rev He now on W
a aml missionary loJ1ar to China 11In3 Name given glv en
by Postum Company Battle Creek Cret ik It
Mich
Theres Thrre a AreaJlOS s reaoi
ReadrtheljUle R 1he HttJe > > ok olThe Th Th4 Bpad RQ9 to
Kenv Jilt Hl in each ach pfcg
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HENRY GAINES GAIlfESHAWN HAWN
Chairman of the Board Boar d dofDir of ofDir Directors ctorsan and 4P Principal ncipalof of the Hawn School of f
I Speech SpeechArtsofNew Arts of New ew York Yor
ELOCUTIONISTS ELCUTlONI S18 SPE SPEAK r AK
PIEQESATOOilVE PI PIECES ECES AT OQN CONVENTION VE NT ON
Some Remar kable kableThings Things Brought Out OufWith With Reference to
< Common Cq111n1gn Speech p e dhan an d th the Tbnesin Tones in Which
Certain Z rtiil1vV Words rds Are Uttered Utt r d
Speaking of pieces was the order
during durlngthesecond the second days session ses slon lof o oZ the
fourteenth fourteenthnnnual annual convention conyntion of cf the
National Association ocllU r of Elocu E1ocutiQrIsts iipnlsts io tsts
now being held In the theau auditorium itorI II of the
Public pti Siic Xibran Llbrarylanj Many I Ts s and
2S s and not a few s
found fouridplace place in iri the th orltIonsof orations of the day i
and an d the broa broad a was the most over ier ieri i
worked delegate to the convention conven tion
It was not an executive session but
the speakers and delegates had had mani
festly esU3 agreed greedon on a code which the th
ordinary rdinar individual might have no
means m ans of interpreting except thoso tlfcg
known to the inner circle
A long paper on technique told many man
things about this elusive quality which j
avert the the Century dictionary has failed
inctlA to note
Cn cr ticises s Americans Ame ricans <
This 1111 paper paper was wa srea read Uy3Irs ESlel Eel1a Es lteUa a
lL > H Davis of o f New York who took oc
casion c sfori to t octittcisecar criticise carelessness lessness in speech
Jn InparUcularlzlng n particularizing Mrs irsDayJs Davis said
Right here In Washington you all have
your 7 ijrtl troubles o bles in spite of the fact that
although Mrs IrsDllis Davis is accredited to
Xew N tw w York Yorkshe she has h s included inclu e d d1n in her
speaking icss lessons ons the pronunciation of
regard r 3rd as s regyard regyar certainly not a
colloquialism of JCamchatka Kamcha
Frequent injections injec ons of afsueh such words as
artificiality mentality mentaUt spontane
ity ftn it gave an inspiring fnspiringtone tone tbthn t thn paper
and a1d when 1hftn it it had hl1 been xiQJtcluded rtc1i1 very en
body had heard a 3 lot moVe more about bout boutt < tech cb
riique than they the knew before Many Iany any
seemed to understand unierstandor for Mrs ir8 v Davis aLo
was heartily applaxided vpla ded
Another paper which manifestly manifeFU In
tlrested tl the e deleatiis dele fiat s was wa a a l lisserta serta
thin oh on some someVoC21Fallactes sc ne Vocal JFallacles Fallacies bjClin b by > CUn
ton torB B Shaw of Chicago Ill
In a advancing v ncing arguments for or against
a a method ones meaning is i Ukel likely to t be
taken in different phase by b various valj > uIJ
pebple p le but to the average hearer the
statement of Mr Show that the Drpper
POLICE POUCEBQARDsHuTs BOARD BOARD1UI8 SHUTS
I OUTNEWSPARt OUT NE8PAPU18 S
y
Alexandria Commission Turns Key Ke y yon on
Its Star Chamber Proceedings Po eedin g
Hates HatesPubIicity Publicity
ALEXANDRIA va June 2 2iThc The
scoring o of the commissioners commlssionerzjy J by Worth
Ilu irulnslx ulft iflsh h foreman of the h te late lat grand gtlndjJ1ry jurj
and the decision eclslonor of the the board b ard hereafter
to conduct star cham chamber ber proceedings s
w wks was s the result re ult of last nights ig t rne
ot oI the board boardoCpolfce of police commiss commissioners ioners 6ncrsof of
i Alexandria
The meeting was vas called cane to order onl r by
Mayor F J Paff and Commissioners
Lawler Fisher Hill and an Graham were
present
As soon as as the board was called to
order orderth tho mayor called Mr lr Bullish H lOsh to
the stand s t3nd and the commissioners pro pr
ceeded to question que tlonblm him not as a grand
Juryman Juryman but as a citizen who has ha cer
lain information of Interest to the com com
mifisloner
Mr RuIns called the commissioners
attention att ntiol1 to the fact that the list of wit
ISncsse nesses who testified te Uficd before betorethc the grand
Jury jurcould could be had at the office of o th
clerk of the court and If j the commis comms
sionorp sloner had really been in earnest e rn 5t
the investigation of the polic y force they the
should have 1 1qurnmoned summoned those who
givou glcan testimony teRUrnOn > before the grand jury JU1
Upon n Mr Hulfi Hulflsh h being jfoccuBed rxcufe4 th
commjpsloriers entered into a
as a to tolr Mr Hulflshs remark 1
l l Lawler siwler said he did not thin think k Mr lr Hul
fi 1i3ll h should have h ve been permitted penulttedto to abu8 abuse
the commissioners dh sI 6 i i hl and 3 said the
should u have called him down n
The mayor introduced a rcertlulion cx
eluding reporer repor cr from tho meetings o
thy lh board He Bin staled ted that for a a
of years tarn th the ineetinKa were w re secret am
that U lat as ome o nl e newspapers nevSpill > rs had 1 been b e n fore t ore
casting what th the commissioners
1 do o he h thought It would be best to ex
elude the newspaper men
Meanra I Ta Tawler awlor wlor and Fisher objected
the reHolution stating that the <
proceedings of the th board should be
publicity
Upon a vote ol bAing taken the vot ot <
stood For the exclusion c1u8Ion of reporter
l MII Muyor or ptt ComTrit CommIssioners Mlonr8 Graham am an
Hill Agnlrst galrst < nlrst thE exclusion Messrs leRr
Lawlor Iawl r and Fisher < l
rhe news newspaper paper men were notified
hereafter they the would ot1Icl not be allowed l
be present rs mt at the tb meeting of the bour
and the commleslonera commll loncre adjourned
T
term to tOn tOappl n apply appl to a nasal nasaltone tone T is
pirichec i will evidently evidenU receive popu
Jar irdurVoment JridJ Qment for f9rman many will 111 agree
that thatin In n the rh case ca s of 1fti1 1fti1rg ofa a 1argenia3orIty 1arge rg i ma3orftyoZ 3 IItyo i o T
singers s n r rinched ljl1che Y is is isgooL good < p
Yes Y sWhy Why Indeed
u uWh Why Wh should shful not the spinal column
and breastbone as well as fs s the bones of ol
the head he d jar with w ith it its > resonance con
tinued tinuCdMr Mr Ir Shaw A Arevelationawa revelation revelationawa awaits
ypu YouDrln ypti Drink DrIx kth k the tone loi1 ih InLet Let It t reach r rea ach n i t
the deepes < t tlssue tissues 5 an and d psin sinews sin ews ws Send Sen 4 I
it down to ilie tHe Jloor hod What ha t a g gor1Ou 1
sensation 8ensatJonltis it Is u This sounded 50uJJdcd1ike like ad
vocating some prne o e form of odissipationnot dissipation hot nol L
heretofore accredited accredit cI to t those who
elocute elocutebut but 1 P Pwas was vas merely an anndJDoiii admoni
I tion tions 13 r to tone production
The rhelnly only business buin ssaccompU811ed accomplished at to
I days mectirierj riecthi ectinS7W yfiis S Aftjssappoln lilit t1rippohinien ppo J tnien nen j t j p1
I IthenolJiinaUng the thenolJiinaUng nominating committee w which Hich w
put candidates for offices into nomina
IUon tion d dtiiins iing they convention The com
mittee miltceh has a for Its itschalrinan chairman Prof So
per PC of Chicago and the other m
are Monteville Flower Iower of ofClnclnnatl Cincinnati
Jessie I sie Eldbridgrc Eldbrl g SouU1wickoBoston Sputliwick 4 of Boston
Lulir JuJu1af M Blood of Chicago and an
C Decker of o Xey eyt York
Reading eadi 1g the Bible
The entire meeting toda today was
over ib tbereading the reading and discussion of pa
pers A s short talk on u The
Reading of tthe the Bible which was was
have been bcenglvcll given by b Dr James T Dock
I ing of o Jacksonville TacksonvilleFln Fla vasglven was given
I Mr Ir Booth B oot h of 0 CChlcn Chicago 0 In discussing dls us Slngth thI I
paper subsequentl nbs quenll J P Silvernall oi
Rochester Roche er declared declar l that one nl > shpuld
exercise cxerciscdfscrellon discretion In addressing addreslngqod God
Anyone < non Who vh addresses God In a a hea
tone tonohc he said has < very rY bad manners
God Go i should be addressed In a = i dies
tone That at least put a n new
on etiquette which has heretofore
been known kn wn to exist intliit In thl1t direction
This Thisft j afternoon rnoon the thed delegates legates made ma e
I trip to to Mt Vernon where a visit ielt was wa a
paid p aid to t Washingtons wa Shi I1gton EI tomb but uo tc t
I last lastaccount accounts t no one spoke u uThp The Ridt R Rid
of Paul Revere or anything anthln similar
I DIED
PEARSON FERspXOn FEkRSOOn On Sunday Sun1a Tune June25 23 1005 a
1145 P m mOl Ol JLr JILIA JiLL WA A A beloved wife lte 01 0
1Y V H Ftarson F arlon it
iGODFREy GODFREXOnl On Monday nda June 26 1005 iVO ai a
4 p ni FRANCES I RANCE5EDITH EDITH Ijolovcd bfIocddaugh daugli
tel of a Geol Gectg o and Kate Godfrey Cadtrc aged
months and twelve days
Funeral t tn tr r I senices 6 5 June 6 6n n i 2S at t tu 10 a ni a
dj
Immune 1J n Mission 1U6 1 BladenaburK l t u road I i
IIERMAX HERMAOn On Monday Iolldt1 June 20 1905 l00JYIH VIU
GIXIA wife of oSamuel Samuel Herman age aged < l forty tort
two years ears it
KRAKE KP KItAiEOri KEOI On Sunday June 25 2511i lf 1105 5
i L beloved eloved hUBliahd l1Ufl 1imd of oSophla Sophia Krake It
McCABE McCABEOn On Monday MOtHJaJune June 26 lOOn at hI
residence rcshJe rice 1120 0 streot southeast southenstWILLIA WILLIA1
I A A McCABE aged thirtyone yeurs belovet t
I son or lames M I and Lean il J McCabe le abe it
1 I IWAISIrOn TVALSIf YALSnQn On Thursday Thurroa December D clmhCl 15 l i TJil 111 > 1 I
I in InlhePhlllpplne the Philippine Islands PATHICK E
WALSH WAf > SH brother of Mrs MrflT T I D Welch
J JKenn Kenny and i1IMJ1 Mrs J J Sheehy and brother o I
John Hugh Hugband and Edward fdw rd Walsh
Funeral wIn tak take place from T A Cos Co
tello tell Brothers undertaking unde1taldngeSIDblbhn1cnt estabHshnient r J
II lltretnorthcwt street northeast on Wednesday Yedne dllJunc June 2S
mon at 845 8458 a m mtbence ii thence to St Dominic
Church where requiem maws will be lJsald said fo I
repose reposc of his soul Relatives and friends re
spectfully 5pecUulllnited Invited to attend Interment
Olivet OIi t it
DEATH RECORD
Adams A am i Julia M r S3 100S I Qsn H st nw m
Bellingham Lawrence 0 7 mo xiios 737 i3 4th Hhf 4th sc
Bell BellLu Luc > 50 Freedmans Hospital
Brooks Maurice 3urlc 11 months 2510 I 1st st nw
Coffey Cotre Margaret 73 f12 D12M M fltse et t se
Cox Cox Robert 48 4817 017 Browns court sw m
j Doyle D yl Marj Mar Jar A SO UI 1S03 Ji Florida ave e n ne
j 1 OvniB < John H 3 months HilllaJe
j i Endres E 1drr EnKClbert 68 Tehleytown Te le ttUn D C
Hardy Hord Annie 3 1 Washn Aaylum tJun1
IIln limes infant of Charles agd Anna C niinutr Jj1nut <
236 16 Parkor at t nr n
ICaney l ne Singleton j3172Jll 70 317 2Jst st nw n
Lowe Hugh V 1 1 720 EtlJ st nc
Uttln 1ittl Bertha 1 498 Clark at t
Parker Parl < er Alice All e M f 26 43 1 F F HI U t nw
Pratt Emma n 18 Garfield a e Hos Hospital pital l
Rayjior i l o Catharine fa faa a r g ga 51 5 T 1256 Jl 3d J Jl at sc
Sheridan James 64 6 S023 2l P 1 pt 11 nw
Scott Ames 24 4 Potomac Potoma river
TlbblcH Charles 22 Providence Hospital
West Isaac E 79 717 Burks BurkscourtRw court sw
White Beatrice 1 month 1280 12 128 Nolans cU ct sv s
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I IOfliemaLaoftuiOCanal OlfiHalftpf OfliemaLaoftuiOCanal m ia 1t rb tb < tanai Canal C Cqmm omm ission hs 11 to
t day 1 da y declined d clln d to to talk talka1jou aUou t t the thf Mory t ry
published pu bliehed Isi ft ut New Nen Jcw 1orannoU ijor or tc 1 c announcing tnnouncig nClng
I definitely d fin tf J Jh that h t Chief ehtef Kng Eng1ncer i1 i1n fneerf n el1 Wallace V ll3ce
of the th Canal Commission has repign r lgn
1 1eC eC ed
If I r t there l Jif1iuaIrig is jujjthirig iii thing l to be h said aidli about 1ou
I the themhlter mhite mlttter iv l it it ntist come from rota the
President l > csiclent ws vas vasr vasth is r tht th wayone wri w y one nc officer
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expressed express d iv N NO N X doubt dQl1bt1S 1S is entertained
here t that at the theS ry r rvaS as asp published bUshed is
substantial correc orc rJ ct t
It is not possible TQs siblC toasc to ascertain rt fn what hat
the thcdi direct Ctc causes es t are leading up to the
resignation rcslgna recignatlOli 1 1on on whic whichwUI whichwUInov which h will now require the
Government G vernn1clft I f6 f ge g > t Iinew b a new engineer cp glpeer
and to break him into the work
In the thecae case of oL1alr Mr Wallace the pre ¬
liminaries Hminari s have already a1re8c1yt aire dy takenMiim k j1him < over o er
a a yean yeatandaneWenglnccr and tuVnew engineer will re ¬
quire IIUlre8 some s 0l11eUm Ome time timtito to oJnmm familiarize rfzc himself
with the field before he h can canstart start in
on o nUie the big ti1S1 taslc
i Offer OfferWas Was Alluring Allurin Ahl rin g
One view yi w fak taken n inWashinglon in Washington RT is that
3Ir Mrs rYallac Wallace n was s induced to resign be ¬
cause of an f alluring nUJngofCer offer made hi him n the tl the > e
I salary held but outbe being rngit it is said 60000 6OO
a year ear The fact factthat that Mr oJrWallacewas Wallace was
guided guid d by b personal p person rson al motives rhotiYe in giving giin up
I the important position posittonwhich which hich the theGov Gov ¬
ernment ernmenthadghen had given him is said sai tolave to have
t been the thecaufie cause for Secretary Secr tnry Tafts ds <
play p i > feeling in the Stormy storm interview
f which > the he canal engineer enineeritnd and the Sec
1 1reta retard r reta tafJbfWar bf War are re alleged aUeg dtJ to have hav Wh when n
I the they met metin in the thEicanal canal commissions pf
Ince jfices nce fic x in NOT CW Tprit YQ ihpnSunda on Sunday
I I There Is s consitierable cons fiJerable speculation here
as to what selection seJ cU n the th Government Goyernmfnt
will WI Unext next make m a k e for f O r the th e canal en nn 1 commis C9 mmis ¬
sions SIPnscmdneei engineer
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May Employ mploy u Army my Engineers E Ep pgineers p n ers
Jn some circles there ti triers ere is much talk
1 which seems seemst6 to Jdvorihcplacll1gof favor the placing of
the entire construction wor work k > on the
isthmus in charge of army engineers
It is po pointed inted out Jfhat Jf hat th the engineers
department of othe the arm arrw > has performed
some some great e te engineering gineerln Stask tasks and these
were done In inaquietmetho ina a quiet methodical 1lcal < way w
but were w re successful sucC sucessf Ssf l I nevertheless neverthel ss
Amongst the great army > construction con struction
works are the J lock cl canal at Sault Ste
Marie l13rie and an the the tii levees on onUlelIh the Mississippi isslp > i
river i
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n Cpmmiss f ion on in Ignorance Ioran
Cpthing whatever hat er is known at the
canal commiss eo commissions nmiss ions offices a aboutdeicl about bout devel ¬
aIlments in the th matter For For all PUt ¬
poses theiem there might itas as well w U iaeyno b bl1o bno l1o cpm dim
mission Chairman GhairmarlShorits Shorits Engineer EJ1gi 1cer
> nnd mldthc the SiscTetlry Se retsJrvof of War jure ire
the only people peopIewh who P 1rv v cl been b tadv adVised lsdl
in any 3tu way aoasto as to th the mHtte matteso mattes s of great
concern conc < rn now under consideration engstderation tder tioD
It 13 known nown that other members of
Walsh Leas Leases Beaulieu I
Astors Home Homeat out Newport
Cqrnejus Vanderbilt Jr JrWho Who Had u Engaged I
Mansion MansiqnWiHRemain Will Remain Abroad AbroadShipment Shipment
of ofFUrnishings Fii fQr r riishi i = hingsFirW ngs Forwa Forwarded rded
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There tti bere i is i is nolpnger no longer a t dpubt 1Q 1Qttb1cP dothtIf < ttb1cP if iri Intact fact ct
any an > ov evr 4r r existed edst ecistedabout about Thomas F 1
WalslV V V lsi l securing s suri uri 1gB1iuleu Beiiulieu tlfe the Newport
home h meorv of yr r Astor under lease to
the j Cc tr f neUu fl flaV aV Van Y ri n dcrbilts ll if ir for this
seasch se earcn c 1 7
Bricabnic Brcab trc hangings lIaJi iarigngs n s and an Utile other > ef e
jfocts f cts are ar being be beingahipped ng3hlppcd shipped rom roan the eYnlsh Walsh I
residence r sd nceon on Massachusetts tts avenue v nttc
today toda addressed m r ssed t to o J Ncwport cwport and for
use ut in the Astor residence
There Thei was never nevcr any uy question it now m > w
appears app arRn about bout Mr l Walsh securing
Beaulicu Be Beull ull uTh The Vanderbllts Vnn rbnt have de
toiTnired lrml cd loreiria to remain fn alroad fI1 > n and a 1a are ureno now
on tnelr l yacht uchl North orthSta Star iat at Kiel IileJnd and
the thecrnler center pf p the most notable enter ntcr ¬
tainment which attends the racea
Mri 1 and Mrs 1ffWalsqspentafcw MisWalsh Walsh spent spentn a few days day
at aLtheh rt their Washington Washlhgt n home last lastweeJc week
selecting sel ctfng furniture urnituNfor for their Newport
house Mrs rsV3Ish Walsh later lnterw wnt nt t tl < Colo Cob
i the t1ip commission commisaonwhoar who are in Washington
j and daily dnH attending atte dlngat at thelroffic theIr offices s with
nothing nothh1goflmp of importance importanceto r rnceto nceto lo do dohavebe have been n
diligently wondering wo 9 ering why the confer cqpfer ¬
ences en esof es of Chaiuinan ChahnanShqnts Shpnts Shonts and an Engineer
Wallace V3ll c shold have been held Jh New New
Tork why none of pf the tl1 other commis om mls ¬
sioners should have haveb been encaJ1edn called pn on for
advice counsel or or assistance aciatanecin Istancein in the Triar ma iiiait
ters and an andwhether whether ther in tact act3nythlng anything was W s
really going on
Depend DependpnNewspapers on Newspapers
To members mern1 > erso of the commission co cofu fu fuisSiO isSiO aside I
from the the1airman cha chairman irman the newspapers newspa per3have have
afforded all the he information that could
be beobt obtained o Jncd for a week past They Theydo do
not know whether whether Engineer EngineerVallace Wallace hats h s
resigned or whether he lsgoirt is going rto to re re ¬
sign signNeltl1er Neither do dothe they know kno whether
I Mr lir Wallace W l1nce wants ants a sealevel canal canllas as
l has as been b een published p UbJIS hCdW with itll tnU much lunn confidence fi1denc e
I II pf late lat 1
Cha Chairman irman Shonts Shontssent sent word from New ew
York today that his return rettimha has been I IYork
once onccmitredelayeda more delayed and Jd that lie hewiIlIiQt will riot
reach the city till tlUIhunula Thursday On July 1 1
ameJUng a a meeting of the cpnimission will be held
here when it is expected eXp cted that thatEngJnee Engineer
Wallace will come omeoverfrom over from N New w York
Whether Vhe ther his hisreslgn resignation tion will be in in hand
by b that time is entirely unknown at
commission eommlssionheadquarters headquarters
J Jj j T TFpxd Fprd vc vice president of the Car
thagena and andv Magdelana M v gdelana Railway Rallwa Com ¬
pany pal1 who was consulting cO 1sulting engineer en enneer er on
behalf of the Colombian Colombangovcrnment government so
long as that government had an n in Interest eres
in the i ditch ditcharrived arrived todaxroJn today from the he
isthmian country countr Mr trt Ford is one of
the best bestinformcdengineers informed engineers on onaU all canal na1
affairs and has published yarlous3r various ar ¬
ticles ticl s on subjects 5ubjectsrelatlng relating to the canal
He B c is an anardentadvoc2te ardent advocate of the lock
canal l idea arid concerning concernin this said to t ¬
day d
There is no doubt in my m t mind that
FIREWORKS F IR E WO R KS
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11 r A Sxtette S d itette tt 44 tte W o t Saks Specials
1 1 I spe Special cialLil Line Qf of Young Mens Suits f
Mens Suits at 1250 12 501 975
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Made of ofstrucUy struclly strucily a allw tlw bol od This is isa a ver ver very y attractive attracf lvd I
blue and black serges offering o erii1g Embraced are
black thibets fancy fancycassi cassi blue serges black thibets
meres m reS cheviots < hevlOfsan and 9 9wor wor
and fancy fancy cheviots an d
I l steds steds stedsm j sin sin m gly gl and nd dpiible doublet Q lble2
I bfeasted bi bteat asteti il ilmo models mo dels a all ll size sizes i cassimeres cassnneress cassimeres s i 1 n ng g I e and
from 33 to 44 44ten ten dis ¬ dou blebreasted bIebreastcdstyles styles
L tinct tinctpatternstheprodu patternsr patternsrthe the product ct Thes These suits have sold for
r I of our own workrooms vOrkrooril5 several veral dollars more
compare favorably with Sizes 15 to 20 years vears or
the best youll youllfincJ find fin else ¬ 31 to 36 Only about 120
J w where here at at 515 15 and 1650 suits in this lot lotto to close
Special afj at
1 1250 975 1
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r I BoysS Boy S SfiitS its up upto to 500 Mens Outing Pants
= 1 values at 193 Special Offer at 300
r t Special for Wednesday Made of allwool striped
I 200 lCe o Boys OYs Dou blebreasted lebreaste flannels and fanc y cheviots
II i Suirs Sl Si t l iis of allvbol allo l cassi C Sl ¬
have cuff uff bottoms and a nd
I meres and cheviots Italian Ital 1 an
lined and silk sewed sizes belt b t loops 1 OOPSClt cut with co full
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t 1 7 lo16 to 16 years Over a Ihigh t th thli h i gh and shaped bottoms
j score lJre of patterns in all alL stylish perfect perfectfitti fitting g
1 Former ormer prices up p to 5 trousers tr u ers 5 patterns ia iavery very
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1 Boys 7 Wash Was bSuits Suits Boys 75c and 100 I
I regular 75c 75cat at 45c Knee Pants at at59c 59c
I 300 30 Boys Wash ash Suits About 33 5 pairs in all
of ofwhite white duck crash gala taken from our re re gular 75c 5t
t tl l teas and percales in fancy and 100 1 00 lines Of all
patterns Sailor Sai10rand and Rus ¬ wool cheviots and cassi ¬
I sian blouse styles sizes 2 meres Iperesal1Y any number n urn u m b e r of
I to to 9 years Always sold patterns patternsmad made with taped
r I for 75c For qu ick clear lear seams and cut full Great f
irice bargain at
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l t6 Join jOiihe her rda daughter ght rIlss Miss Evelyn l
Walsh V h who is IsClU on ClU u vis it to t her grand gran
raotlrtv moUlivlr Jk iz r Walsh returned to New cw
o
When Mrs Irz Walsh nrrlyed m itrrlyed = Je at Newport
snot time ago she he round to nd AHhorp the
modest home hJmeoMrs of Mrs < John Thompson Thon pSJl
Sp > nr r all too small mali for a atlrstseuoons atiost tlrst Seasons
at Newport and at once o e
< t negotiations cgot ationst j xo sublease Beat
A AdIiMch dis dhiiittclu patch from om Denver says that
Miss W Walsh tSJ Is Isprepanng preparing to take her herpa pa ¬ 1
rents a aid d a family party partly across
the he continent mJn nt In her big ttiu t tourrng unng ringr cat C car l I
which cost < 08t 518000 18000 and is I said to be one
of the thtfinc finest < r nn ana dtastcst I fastest automobile au tomobile
ever er8een seen in this country No N details j
of the trip however were w regien given
It IR f tiot not likely 111 el that Miss 11issWalsh Walsh who
is i isa sa a veritable veritble lover > f jf society OCletr will 111 al ¬
low a 3CrOSRCOJlntryrun crosscountry run In her machine I
to Interfere with her first season at
Newport ewPQrt The Walshs w ill illentertain entertain a
number Imm bero of fnotable notable foreigners oreJgnersduring during the th
summer J
a u n
the loc k kcanal canal canal i Js the t ta the he one ri thatshouldb thatshouldbJ that should shouldb shouldbl be J l I
built The obstacle to a sealpyel sca lcYel witch
seem cem to me to bo so serious that we
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ought not undertake underta ke it It One Qne Hthe 1 is the th Cut C l
ebra cut ut Granting Grl11tJngthe the pjiyisfcal p tcal possibil po ibl1 ¬ I
ity ityofremovlng of removing the r iterlal ferlal and the
financial capacity pncity of the Government
to bear b ar the th burden burdenofeithelof burdenof of either of which
tnere is isno no doubt doubtltremans doubtIt It remains to Inquire j
whether hetherUle tSetfut the cutwuJ4 dCt would be safe It It Is now j jhetherUle
150 feet deep to to1Pake inake ni ke a sealevel canal i
it t would require rquireto r quire to be dug 175 feet deep ¬
er Th ikc j linger d nger Is lhatat that at that depth the 1
strata strnt of S soils ihs would move together
close up ui the ditch and defy de any effort
to o hold hlld them tl1emsael safely > Then Thenas as to tome the
Chagres hagres waters there is grave doubt
0 of either e1theror of the plans lanstlr for controiiing
ihenf Ijeihg eing adequate or or safe The lock I
cah7 canLlwfUcarry carnAl i l w will ill carry all lthe the busines3 t of a ai
ceriiury ceriu cernury at leaSt
It Is Jsstated stated that aside asid from rrornChairman Chairman
Shouts Sh Ilts the t eeIllin engineering erii1goph110nof opinion of the
commission c mmissio favors Sa a lock canal Mr
Ford declared he dl did not believe En
gJneer Walla Wallace ewould would recommend a
sealevel s al velcanalater canal after getting full full in in ¬
formation orntaUonon on the subject Indeed one
of the thesubgested suggested causes causesfot for the pres pre ¬
ent difference between the chairman
and andthechtet the chief engineer ngineeris is thatthe that they
may have hay come to ton a breach brenchoer over the
question of l lock k or sea level
BOOKBINDING CONTRACT
FOR PUBLIC PUBLICLIBRARY LIBRARY
The bookbitta bookbhhhg Ker for fl thePubJic the Public li Li ¬
brary brarjwiIlbe will wiIlbe be ct donedurinthe t ione lone during durin the fiscal
year 1906 by byAntonZIchtl Anton Zichtl
George F Bowermari librarian has
rervotCad re rL < d the bids to the Commissioners
with a z > recomTreridation rec mrrcndatfon to this effect etr ct
The tIVard Hard hat h been approved approe
A econd bid was received from
Meyer iIeJtran and Maier 4
Wonder what Slertz XErtZ will say today
Store closes 6 p TO 9 p m Saturdays
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Mertz
Treat
Meftz is quot ¬
a ing clean sweep
prices on all
Fancy Ro R o ugh u gh
Suitings now and every suif
made is guaranteed to fit and nd
satisfy
SI r Aft 0 n 0 n for or fabrics a1Jricsworth worth
yUU 7tu np to to1BOO 1800
125 1 0 A for fabrics a worth orth
t to 2500
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GINIA OJI HORSES all fine hiRhbred stock
amoiieT um m which are some someullusualb unusually flue coach
teams teamsadtllent saddlers and road horses
This is ISln an unusually un suan fine fin lot l t of stock cal m 1
wpll Wfnrorth xorthy the inspection lnsp tll n of anyone tJeslrias eshi1
to pxtrcliaso a soot < l VlrsinJabre1 11o horse e
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