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I 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES FRIDAY AUGUST 18 1819O 1905
TYPHOID OUTLOOK OUTLOOKBut OUTLOOKrnORE OUTLOOKMOREFAVORABLE
rnORE MOREFAVORABLE MOREFAVORABLEBut FAVORABLE FAVORABLEBut
But Four New Cases Re Eeportecl Re110rted Reported
ported This Morning MorningBRIGHTER MorningBRIGHTER MorningBRIGHTER
BRIGHTER SINCE MONDAY MONDAYPartial MONDAYPartial MONDAYPartial
Partial Use of Filtration Plant Shortly ShortlyExpected ShortlyExpected j jExpected
Expected to Help Matters to toGreat toGreat toGreat
Great Extent ExtentTyphoid ExtentTypnqid
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Typhoid Fevers Fever s Score ScoreIn ScorIt Scorelit
In It National Capital CapitalNew
New cases of typhoid fever re reported reported reported ¬
ported from noon yesterday esterda to toI toII tonoon
I noon today to ay S SI SNtw SNew
II I New cases reported August IS IS190J
1901 1901Cases 1904Cases 2 2j
j Cases reported since July 1 1905 1903Cases 323 323Cases 329CasM
Cases reported for same period In19M In Ini94
1901 202 202Deaths 202Deaths 2 2Delot1s
Deaths since July 1 1905 37 37Deaths 37Deaths 37Deaths
Deaths for same period In 1SW 1904Onl i04Only 25 25Only
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Only Onl four cases of typhoid fever were werereported werereported werereported
reported to the Health Office this morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing and conditions now are more more favor favorable fBorablt favorable ¬
able ableSince abltSinle ableSince
Since yesterday at noon eight cases caseswere caseswtrt caseswere
were reported which shows a reduction reductionsince reductionSinl reductionsincE
since Sinl f Monday There have been two twodeaths twodeaths twodeaths
deaths and two recoveries in the thelast thelastnoemyfour last lasttwentyfour lasttwentyfour
twentyfour hours reducing the actual actualnumber actualnumber actualnumber
number of cases under treatment to 259 259At 29At 9 9At
At this time last year ear there were 157 157cases 157ases 157e1ses
cases ases under observation or 10 less than thanthis thanthis thanthIs
this year yearAlthough yenrolthoUgh yearAlthough
Although the Health Office Office will wlllnot wlllnotls not notissue not1sue
issue ls ue an official o lcittl statement as yet et in re regard regard regard ¬
gard to the apparent check in the ad advance id idvance d dyance ¬
vance or the fever it is generally be believed believed believed ¬
lieved that the high mark has been beenpassed beenpls beenpassed
passed passedIn pls passedIn ed edIn
In the th course of a few days several severalevents seerlEVtnts severalevents
events will occur which will materially materiallyaffect InatTial1yffeet mat1allyaffect
affect ffeet the spread of the typhoid fever feverserms feverfrms feverrms
serms frms rms The partial use of the filtration filtrationplant filtrationpl filtrationplant
plant pl mt will begin tomorrow and the War WarDepartment WTarDepartment Val ValDfpartment
Department has promised to hasten the thework thewotk thtwurk
work of cleaning Dalecarlla reservoir in inorder inordtr inorder I
order to allow aUowthe the water from Great GreatFalls Greatlalls GreatFalls
Falls to purIty by b sedimentation The Theresumption ThertsnmptIon Theresumption
resumption of the he use us s pfthlsj 9 9f tli reservplr reservplrand r resempirind enPir enPirnnd
and the addition adtl dqI1 < b rItnever1nqrenslng rItnever1nqrenslngsuppl f 5n n everinoreasing everinoreasingsupply eer1noreasin eer1noreasinsupply
supply suppl of filtered water wat l will have the theeffect thefffeel thefffeet
effect of killing out a large percentage percentageof
of the typhoid bacteria now transmitted transmittedthrough transmitteclthrough transmittedthrouli
through the water waterGermProof wnttrGermProof waterGermProof
GermProof System SystemIn SystemnPostal SystemInPostal
In nPostal Postal Department DepartmentThe I
The Postofflce postom e Department is perhaps perhapsthe perhapsthe perhaps1the
the only Government adjunct that eni enijoys en enjoyS enjuys
joys a germproof germproOffilter filter system systemSome systemSome systemSome
Some weeks w elcs before beor the outbreak of the theHphold thephold thephoId 1
Hphold phold fever in epidemic form Chief ChiefClerk ChiefClerk I
Clerk lerk Chance Chan e gave ga ve an order for the In Installation insUfllatlon ¬
stallation of pipes for a filtration plant plantsi plantnd plantand
si and nd today toda all water used by the clerks clerksfor clerksfor cierk5for j
for drinking purposes purposes is germproof germpro f All Allio AlIjC Al l I
io 1 e coolers pitchers and drinking uten utensils utensUs utensils ¬
sils sUs are washed in the germproof and andfiltered andtiltered andfiltered l
filtered water waterOf waterOt waterOf
Of the 1 1OO 00 or more employes In the thePostoffice thePostoffiCe th thPestofllre
Postoffice Department none so far as Is Isknown Isknown t tkThwn
known have contracted typhoid t Phoid fever feverWASHINGTON feerWASHINGTON feverA8ll1GTN
WASHINGTON HE HEClaimed IRE OVER I IS1ITHS
S1ITHS EXPULSION EXPULSIUMClaimed I IL ICIaimedrhat
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Claimed CIaimedrhat That That7 Unless Union Members MembersCan I ICan i iCan
Can Criticise C iticise Executive Officers OfficersFree Off 0ffic = ers ersFree rs rsFree
Free Action Is Dead DeadThe DeadThe i iThe
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The action of the convention of the In International International ¬ 1
ternational t Typographical Union In ses sessiO1 session 1 1sion
sion yesterday esterda at t Toronto which voted votedii II i ito Ito
to ii l xpel Delegate Smith of Philadelphia Philadelphiafrom I
from the union ha baa aroused the th ire of a s sgreat i igreat Iat
great at many members of Columbia ColumbiaUnion ColumbintTnlon
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Union No 101 according to well in informtd tntormtd Informtd
formtd members and is I calculated to tobring tcbring
bring on a conflict in the local union unionRditor uulonEditor unionEditor I
Editor Ring in the Trades Unionist Unionisttne UnIonistthe Unionistthe
the organ of the local typographical typographicalU I IWIlon
U WIlon 1on on voices the sentiments of a large largeportion largep largeptirtiun 1
p portion rtIon of the membership it is said in inthe lutlit t
the following editorial utterance utteranceIf I
If we cannot cannot discuss the acts of our ourcxeeutive ourexceutive ur urxe
cxeeutive xe uthe officers we e may as well sur surrender surredr ¬
render all right to free action as mem memb memb nemb I
b re r
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The intent of the charges against againstSmith awainatSmith againecSmith
Smith will have the effect of clouding cloudingthe coudingtilt cloudingthe
the > real issue iu in the case that is the thertfusal th thrtfusal thurefusal
rtfusal of the executive council to carry carryout carrycl1t carryout
out the instructions in > > trucUons of the Washington Washingtonand Vashlngtonnn Vashhigtonand
and nn St Louis conventions to extend aid aidu Id I L Lt
u t < Philadelphia in its fight to regain regainI I
I Hladelphia to the union unionThe unIonThe unionThe I
The rank ran and file of the International InternationalTypographical InternationalJ I
Typographical J 1 Union are not interested interestedlr intere ted tedir L L1t
lr what the executive officers may nUl think thinkIs thInkh
Is 1 best Iest from a line of 0 policy dictated < by bypersonal byIoftl b bV
personal V rsoaal Ioftl political oliticai reasons lt > asons for future futureuurteas tutureIte future5UtC55
uurteas Ite > s In holding the omces olfices they now nowCicupy noeOuupy
Cicupy but want a square > deal for forPhiladelphia fofiladelphia lotPiiladeiphia I
Philadelphia iladelphia and every other union uii uiiatr unocr
ocr our charter Irrespective of the fact factthat factthat factthat
that it may affect the political fortunes fortuneso
o our leaders next May MayThe Mayihe luy luyThE
The die Is cast The moment we find flndIt findiil findit l
It necessary I > to o place Inc our executives e on onth t
iil iilI l ec ge rC rCa
th tl defensive i then t comes g occasion for fora lota
a change and no matter what the To Toronto lorOlto ¬
ronto convention may mil do in the Smith Smithcast Smithtt Smittcse
cast we w may look for a J chance through throughth thrOu1 r kh khSmIth i Ltltt
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th tltt tt ttri referendum ri r n u in the next l election electionSmith electionSmith f
Smith is editor t > < litor of o the > Trades Union UnionNews UnionNEWs i I INews
News published > d in Philadelphia PhilIJf lphln and andhas nlu1li acu 1 I ihas
has li ls tUsagr llsagrwd td with the international of oflicera otr offl5
licera over the management n nO of O the I light lightbfInij t t tlainig
bfInij r waged against l tKe ois one of r the h Phila Philadelphia Phuladelphia ft ftddphIa ¬
delphia daily daB papers M rs lie was connect connected cOtlllecltd connected ¬
ed with the local union tor a number of offars ot otaIS Oi f r reurs
> fars aIS taking an aotlve part in affairs affairsand a affairsanti ffnI rJI rJIand
and now has a following here who will willrally wUlrod yiI 1 1rully
rally rod 1 to him in hi hh present I > > nt trouble troubleA troublA
A member mem r of Columbia Union said saidthis saIdthis 3 1 Ithis
this morning that the affair woulu wouln re receive r ro ¬
o ceive e1t CiVe > attention at the meeting of the theunion theunion tIn tInundon e
union Sunday when an effort will be bemade bema b e C Cmade
made ma t to repudiate repu lat the action of ot the con convention conentWn conyen ¬
vention ventionFUNERAL yen entWnFUNERAL Win WinFUNERAL
FUNERAL OF P MRS IRS RIALS RIALSHELD RIALSHELD RIALSHELD
HELD THIS MORNING MORNINGThe 3 > 1 1The
The funeral of Mrs Irs Mary 11 Rials for forthe torth foi foithe r
the th past ten years a resident of this thiscity thl thlcity e ecity
city who died at 2 oclock yesterda yesterdaymornlngr yesterdamornln yesterdamorning y o
morning mornln at the home of her uncie uncieGeorge unc uncGeorgE uncluGeorge
George IT French 1701 T street north northwest northWMt northwest ¬
west was held at 9 oclock this morning1 morning1at mornlllPat morningat I
at St Paul8 Cathlole Church Fifteenth Fifteenthand Fifteenthnlhl h I Iend
and end V streets northwest The Rev RevFather RevFvthHr RevFather
Father England officiated officiatedInterment oftlcatedInt officiatedInterment
Interment Int rment was W lg at Alt H Olivet Come Cemetery C Cometery me metr ¬
tery tr
teryMrs Mrs Rials is survived by b her h r husband husbandwho huabaJldwho husbandwho i
who livfsi In Baltimore and two chil children ehildren hH hHdren ¬
dren Mrs John H Lindsay und Miss MissGrace lUsJGr1ce Mitearace s
Grace Lee Jttials 11ial both of this city ch
SHE LIKES WASHINGTON WASHINGTONMISS WASHINGTONfe
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MISS CLIFFORD PERRY PESRYCame PERRYCame PERRYCaine
Came Here With Her Friend Miss Car Carter Carter Carter ¬
ter Saw Her Safely Married to toPierre toPierre toPierre
Pierre Taulelle and Has Now De Determined Determined Determined ¬
termined to Make Her Own OwnLiving OwnLiving OwnLiving
Living in the Capital CapitalAND CapitalBISPHAM CapitalBISPEIAM
BISPHAM MAKES STRONG STRONGAN 8TROflAMLI
AND AN 0 POSITIVE DENIAL DENIALBrands OEN EMlAL EMlALBrands IAL IALBrands
Brands as False Various Reports ReportsConnected ReportsConnected ReportsConnected
Connected With Divorce DivorceProceedings DivorceProceedings Div6rceProceedings
Proceedings ProceedingsPHILADELPHIA ProceedingsPlIILADELPHIA ProceedingsPIIIDELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Aug 18 David DavidBlspham DavIdBIsphAm DavidBispham
BIsphAm the wellknown singer makes makesemphatic makesemphatic makesemphatic
emphatic and absolute denial through throughhis throughhig throughhis
his lawyers of certain statements which whichhave whIchI L Lhave
have hav gained currency in the newspapers newspapersconcerning newspapersconcernIng I Iconcerning
concerning proceedings for divorce which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he instituted im tltuled against his wife wifeIn wifeIn wifein
In particular he brands as entirely entirelyfalse entirelyfals entirelyfalse
false fals the report that he instituted the thesuit thesuit thesuit
suit upon his wifes refusal to abjure abjureher abjurebel abjureher
her faith in Roman Catholicism the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that he has at any an time urn re repudiated repudIated repudlated ¬
pudiated the paternity of his son and andthe andthe L Lthe
the further report that he has suffered sufferedsocially Butteredsocially u usocially
socially and professionally on account accountof
of 0 the divorce action actionNAN acUonI action1MM
NAN TO REMARRY REf ARRY M MDISCED R RfflYURE
DISCED HUSBAND HUSBANDNEW HUSBAt IIU8BANEW D Dj I
NEW YORK Aug 18 18iLhave I have no in intention inl intention ¬
tention of again bringing Nan N n Patterson Pattersnnl Pattersonto l tto
to the bar for the murder of Caesar CaesarYoung CaesaYoung aesar aesarYoung
Young and an I have no evidence against againsther agninsther againsiher
her now that was not presented when whenthe whenthe
the the last jUy failed to agree upon a averdict averdIct averdict
verdict in her case caseDistrict caseDIstrict caseDistrict
District Attorney ttorne Jerome thus dis dismissed dlsI disnhssedtothty ¬
missed nhssedtothty today to the rumor that thatthe the actress actresswould actresswoul actreslwould
would woul be tried again because of start startling startJln startHag ¬
ling Jln and an damaging revelations alleged allegedto alieedI ailegecto
to have been made by b Nan and her herbrotherinlaw herbrotherInJaw heibrotherznlaw
brotherinlaw J J Morgan Smith In a arecent arecent a arecent
recent quarrel in the presence of Ralph RalphwVsh RalphAsh RulpiTAsh
Ash the till Duluth lumber broker whose whoseinterest whosemtercn whosinterest
interest in the Florodora girl aroused arousedthe arousedt1e arousedthe
the Rrer a1 cvj er of hte sisterinlaw sisterinlawS Mrs MrsVictor MrsVictor lr lrVlctOl
Victor Handy wandyIt Hund HundI
It I twas was said aid yesterday that Nan Pat Patterson Puttrs Patterscu ¬
terson trs < m will remarry her former husband husbandLeo husbandL husbandLeo
Leo L o Martin from whom she she was dl dlvorcftd cllorced divorced
vorcftd at the request of Caesar Young Youngand Youngund Youngand
and that Martin has never n vcr wavered In Inhis Inhis t this
his devotion to his h his former wife wifeNEWS wifeNEWS
NEWS OF DEATH OF OFMRS OFII OFMRS
MRS M V THOMPSON THOMPSONWord THOMPSOrTor
Word Tor has been received In this city elt eltI cityof
of the death of Mrs lrs Marion V Thomp Thompson Thompson Thompson
son wife of Dr J Ford Thompson Thompsonof
of SW sr Seventeenth Sevl nte nth street northwest at ather ather ather
her summer cottage at Longport N J Jwhere Jwhere Jthere
where she and her husband had been becnpendms beenspenamg
spending spenamg the season seasonDcatfl
Death resulted from a L short illness tunessot IlInesof
of cardiac trouble The deceased had hadbten hadt ha habeen
bten In health until she was seized seizedwIth seizedwith
with the malady maiad maiadlrs maladyMrs
Mrs lrs Thompson was born In this city citysixtytwo It
sixtytwo sixttwo years ago go She was the thedauihtfr thedaugbter f
daughter dauihtfr of It John and Virginia Greeves Greenhe GreevesShe
She he was as married to Dr Thompson In Inhtr l Lher
h her r seventeenth sfcntc nth year iearShe iar iarShe
She Is survived by bJ her husband and andthree I Ithree
three children Mrs lrs Robert Waddell Waddellof nd ell ellof
of Westchester Pa Mrs Thomas E EMcArdle gfcArdle 1 1McArdIe
McArdle and Ford Thompson of this thIscity t tcity i
city cityMrs
Mrs Thompson was a member of the theboard theI t tboard
board of lady managers of Garfield GarfleldHospital Gart1eldand I IHospital
Hospital and nd of George WasIngtoii Vasli ngton ngtonUniversity ngtonI I tLn1versity
University Hospital For many man years yearsshe ycurs3he t tshe i
she was one of the most prominent prominentmembers prominentI prominentmembers
members memh rf of the Church of the Ascen Ascension Ascenslon oscton osctonsion ¬
sion sionThe sionThe slonThe
The funeral which will he private privatewill privatew111 privatewill
will be held from the family residence residenceat 5 t tat
at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon The TheRev JheRe s
Rev Re William T Snyder of the Church Churchoi Churcioi i r
oi the th Incarnation will officiate officiateHEART officIatelIEARrr officiateHEART
HEART EIGHT EIGHTWhen RIGHTl RIGIITWhen
When He Quit Coffee Co2eeLife Coffeet CoIfeeLife
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I Life Insurance Companies will not In Insure InI insure
sure a man ll suffering I from l heart trou trouble
fe Fh Fhll fr gf
I ble The reason Is obvious obviousTills obviousThis
I This Is a serious matter to the hus busband
band or father who Is solicitous for the tliifuture
future 1 uturc of his dear leal ones Often the heart hearttrouble hearttrouble t ttrouble
trouble Is caused by an unexpected un xpected i I Ithing
thing and tan an be corrected If taken in intime InUme Ii 1 1ume
Ume and properly treated A man In InColorado inColorado It I Iolotudo
Colorado writes
I 1 was a great coffee drinker for formany furman lot lotmany i t
many man years and was not aware of the theinjurIous
Injurious effects of the habit till 1 be became beam became ¬
came < am t a practical Invalid suffering from ftonheart
heart trouble indigestion and an nervous nervouaness nelOusness nervousness
ness to an extent that made me wretch wretchedl wretchedly
ediy edl miserable mlK lablE myself and a nuisance nuisancee
to t those who witne wItn witnessed 8lJed Hcd my sufferings sufferingsl
1 continued to drink Coffee however howevernot howccrnot howevernot
not suspecting that it was the cause of ofmy ot otmy r rmy
my ill health till on applying for life lifeinsurance lifeImmrancf liftinsurance
insurance 1 was rejected on account of oftrouble oftrouul oi r rtrouble
trouble with my m heart Then 1 became becamealarmed becamenlarmetJ becamtalarmed
alarmed I found that leaving off cof coffee cotfee
fee helped me JUI quickly so i quit it alto altogether altother altogetiter ¬
gether ther and having been lJ n attracted by bythe hi hithe
the advertisements of Postum Food FoodCoffee lioodCotTee FootCoffee
Coffee I began its use useThe mleTh risertte
The Th change in my m condition was Wa re reo remarkablo
markablo and it was not long till I Iwas IWas i iwas
was completely cured All my ailments ailmentsvanished I1UrllmtsvanIshed ctihncttttvanished
vanished My 11 digestion was completely completelyrestored completelrtltored completolirestored
restored my nervousness nervo usnoss disappeared disappearedrand disappea red redand
rand and most important of all my heart heltrtteadlod hearsteadIed i
steadied down and became normal narmn and andon andon ant anton
t
on a second examination 1 was accepted acceptedby n t1e3e1te t1e3e1teby Jttd Jttdby
by the life tt Insurance Co Quitting Ooi Ooifee Cofffe oI oIfe
fee and using Postum worked the cure cureName cureNum cureNuzue
Name given iven by h Postum Co Buttle ButUaCt litittItCreek
Cr Creek elt k Midi MidiTheres Mlehfhen MichThers
Theres fhen H reason r > I1 < < On and an it Is explained in Intho it itthe 1
the little book b ok The Read R to Wellville Wellvilleiu llviUc llviUciI
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is MISS PERRY WILL WILLREMAIN WILLI
I REMAIN IN CITY CITYRefuses CITYRefuses CITYRefuses
Refuses to Accompany Rela Relnti Belatives Relatives ¬
tives ti yes to Stauutoii StauutoiiPREFERS StauntonPREFERS StnuiitoiiPREFERS
PREFERS HER CHANCES HERE HEREOffered HEREOffered HEREOffered
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Offered Good Home With Prospects of ofBecoming ofI ofBecoming
Becoming Partner in a Pay Paying Paying Paying ¬
ing Business BusinessAfter BusinessAfter BusinessAfter
After an effort of two days das to induce induceMiss induceHIS induceMISs
Miss HIS Clifford Clltt rd Perry Perr to t return return to her herhome herhome herhome
home in Staunton StU nton Va a AW W F Perry Perrythe l Perrythe > erl erlthe
the girls brother and nd Mrs lrs Perry her hermother hermother hermother
mother left jor for their home late this thisafternoon thI thIafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoon Before leaving the mother mothersaid mothersahl mothersaid
said that if the daughter did not return returnnow retuinnow returnnow
now she would be barred from home al altogether alI altogether ¬
together togetherMrs togetherMrs
Mrs Perry P rry and her son reached here herelate herelate herelate
late Wednesday Tednt sda night and immediately immediatelysent Immedlatelrsent immediatelysent
sent a lawyer to see Miss Perry Perr asking askingher askIngher nskingher
her to go home with them Miss Perry Perryrefused Perr Perrrefused Perryrefused
refused The 1h parents parerhs sought the aid of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the police They went to Headquarters Headquarterswhere Headquarterswhere Headquarterswhere
where thc they saw Captain Bonrdman He Hedetailed Hedetailed Hedetailed
detailed Detective Flather of the Cen Cential CetitIal Centxal
tial Office on the case but his efforts effortsere ettortsere effortsdere
dere ere of no avail availSliss n availMiss vail vailIss
Miss Iss Perry Perr Is now in Maryland larImd visit visiting visiting visiting ¬
ing friends She is I expected exp cted to return returnshortly returnshortl returnshortly
shortly shortlyIn shortl shortl1n shortlyin
In reply to all of the arguments rgtim nts ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced by the brother and mother other Miss MissPerry MissPerry MissFerry
Perry returned most emphatic emph tIc answers answersWhen answersVh answerteWhen
When Vh n Interviewed by a a Times reporter reporterMiss reporterMiss
Miss 1159 Perry Perr said that she had been of offered offered offered ¬
fered a home by the Taulelle family and andwas andwas andwas
was going to accept it She also said saidthat saIdthat saidthat
that she had been offered a position in inthe Inthe inthe
the Taulelle establishment where she shecould shecould shecould
could learn the business and that she shemeant shemeant shemeant
meant to accept this also alsoMrs alsoMrs
Mrs 115 Taulelle and her daughter when whenseen whenseen I Iseen
seen this morning were enthusiastic In Intheir IntheIr Intheir
their expressions of regard for fo the young younglady younglady younglady
lady Mrs Taulelle said Miss Perry Perrydoes Perrydoes Perrydoes
does not wish to return home She has hastold hastold s stold
told me and several others that she has hashad hashnd hashad
had a better time during her short stay stayIn stayin tay tayIn
In this city clt than ever before In her lifo lifoand lIfoand lifeand
and that under no conditions would she shereturn sherelurn ho horeturn
return to Staunton StauntonShe StauntonShe StauntonShe
She said In the presence of her hermother hermother hermother
mother that she had not been treated treatedright treatedrIght treatedright
right at home and as she was having havinga
a a good time here and had the oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to learn a lucrative business she shewould shewould shewould
would stay stayMrs stayMrs stayMrs
Mrs Taulelle said that she was as going goingto goingto goingto
to take the girl into her establishment establishmentand
and teach her the business Of cleaning cleaningand cleanIngand cleaningand
and repairing ostrich feathers fcnthersand and that thatlater thatlater thatInter
later when she left this country countr for forFrance torFrance forFrance
France and turned the business over to toher toher toher
her daughter Miss Perry would be ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted as a junior partner partnerMrs partnerMrs
Mrs 118 Rose Glocker the sister of Pierre PierreTaulelle PierreTaulelle PierreTaulelle
Taulelle said that she he was very much muchattracted muchttracted muchattracted
attracted to Miss 1iss Perry as was the thfiwhole th thwhole thewhole
whole family famU She said that there was a agreat agreat agreat
great deal of discussion as to where whereshe whereshe whereshe
she should make Tier bcrhome home Nora Norawants Norawants Norawants
wants her to stay with her mother motherwants motherwants motherwants
wants her to stay with her and a d I dont dontsee dontsee dontsee
see very ve well how I can get along with withI without without
out her said Mrs 118 Glocker She f fur further furthor ur urther
ther said that arrangements had been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made for the young lady to enter the thebusiness thebusIness thebusiness
business and that ail nil sorts of plans had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been made for her entertainment this thisvInt thiswinter
winter winterThe vInt r rlhe
The police have hay dropped the matter al altogether all altogether ¬
together togetherG together111w osetherG
i 111w G P 0 OISSUES ISSUES GALL GALLIndication GALLFOR CALLFtth
FOR NEYI COMPOSITORS COMPOSITORSIndication OMPO81TOR8Indication
Indication That Another Installment of ofTypesetting ofTypesetting ofTypesettIng
Typesetting Machines Will Not NotBe NotBe NotBe
Be Made Immediately ImmediatelyThe
The Th Government Printing Office has hasmade haguade hasmade
made a call on the Civil Service Com Commission ComI Cornmission ¬
I mission for twenty compositors for fortemporary fort fortemporary
temporary t duty These men were put putto putto putto
to work this morning This action is istaken islaken Istaken
taken as an am indication that the officials officialsoi
01 the office have despaired of securing securinganother securinganother securinganother
another installment of typesetting ma machines macllnes machines ¬
chines in time to avoid tue employment employmentof
of the usual temporary force during the thetail thefall themaIl
i tail and winter winterAdditional winterAddtIonal winterAddItional
Additional calls to be maue made later lnte will willpiobably willpiobably 111 111Ptouably
piobably bring the th total number of oftemporary ottlmpornry oftemporary
temporary employes up to IOO IOOstraoEEii OO OOStnaoE 00St7fMEI2
straoEEii StnaoE COLDS COLDSLaxative COLDSLnxattvc COLDSLaxative
i Laxative Bromo Quinine the worldwide worldwideCold worldwideCold World wide wideCold
j Cold Cure removes the cause Call for the thefull thefull thefull
full name and look for signature oj E V VGro W WGrove V Vf
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I LANGUEY LAOLEYQn On Thursday Thursdll August 17 l 1905 1905at 1005at 1905at
j at 915 p m THOMAS II LANGLEY In Inhis Inl iiiIti
j his 111 jIghtynfth year yearFuneral yearFuneral ear earFuneral
I Funeral Saturday afternoon aftern on 3 oclock at
i 401 P street northwest It ItTHOMPSON ItTHO itTHOMPSONSUOOeOb
THOMPSON THO THOMPSONSUOOeOb IPSONSudcIenh Suddenly on Thursday morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing August 17 1W5 at Loncport Jonl1 > ort N J J MA MAi MAribs A AIUON
i ribs V THOMPSON beloved bdov d wife of Dr DrJ DrJ DrJ
j J Ford Tompson It ItBlrXDOX ItBlCNDONQn It13LCNDONOn
BlrXDOX BlCNDONQn On August 10 ian JOHN F PULVXDON FHLNDON FJ3IXNDON
ULVXDON beloved husband or Fannie Blun Blundon BlunI lilundon
don In the sixtysecond year of his age agei ageluneml ageFuneral
Funeral from from his hl > l late residence moo T Ttreet Tstreet PHtreet
street northwest on Saturday August 10 at ati ltI atp
latle Invited Invitedau72t Inlt invitedsuiTft d d8u172t
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beloved wife of John IX J F Schofield In her Hev He Her ccvenitieth
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residence 1228 Potomac avenue northwest on onSaturday onSaturday n nSaturda
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Miss CroJrer Cr ker lV1arried lV1arriedFather IMarriedFather
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Sage of Wantage However Refuses to Dis Disclose Disclose Disclose ¬
close Whereabouts of His Daughter Daughterand Daughterand Daughterand
and Her Husband Husqand
LONDON Aug IS Richard Croker Crokermade Crokermade Crokermade
made the following followIngstatement statement to me to today today today ¬
day when I spoke sp ke to him about the mar marriage marrlagc marsinge ¬
singe of Florence Croker CrokerMy Crolcerly CroaerMy
My ly daughter is very happily married
to Count Louis San Martlno he said saidPersonally saidPcrsonall saidPersonally
Personally Pcrsonall l am very greatly pleased pleasedWhere pleasedVhele pleasedWhere
Where have the two gone on their
honeymoon honeymoonTHOUGH hon honeymoonTaU moon moonTHOUGH
THOUGH TaU HANDCUFFED HANDCUFFEDManacled llAUFFEDSAMTOFREEOM
SW SAMTOFREEOM SAMTOFREEOMManacled M TO FREEOOr1 FREEOOr1Man1cled
Manacled Colored Mans Remarkable RemarkableEscape RemarkableEscape RemarkableEscape
Escape From Detective at Buck Buckroe Buckroe Buckroe
roe Beach Beachl Va VaRICHMOND VaRICHMOND VaRiCHMOND
RICHMOND Va Aug IS ISDetectIyc ISDetectIycv Detective DetectiveW
W vi v G Johnson of this city at Buck Buckroe Buckroe Buckroe
roe Beach captured a colored man guilty guiltyof gulltyot guiltyof
of some offense and started with him to tothe toth tothe
the th hotel They had to ocross a bridge bridgeand bridgend bridgeand
and nd the officer put handcuffs on the pris prisoner prisner prisOner ¬
oner ner and marched him in front frontWhen trontVhen frontWhen
When the accused reached the center centerof centerof
of 0 the bridge brId e he raised his arms and andplunged andplunged andplunged
plunged over the railing Into the water waterrising waterrIsIng waterrising
rising again after a long dive The Thedetective Thedetectie Thedetective
detective fired when he rose striking strikinghim strikinghIm strikinghim
him in the shoulder the blood dyeing dyeingthe delngthe dyeingthe
the water waterThe waterThe waterThe
The prisoner dived three times bul bullets bullets bullets ¬
lets fliwd by the officer each time strik striking sttlkIng etriking ¬
ing the water near him before he was wasout wasout wasout
out of o pistol runK2 ran He swam boldly boldlyout bldtyout
out from shore with a long side stroke strokewith strolcewIth strokewith
with his manacled hands handsWhen hands1Vhen handsWhen
When a boat with two colored color d men menrowjsd menruvied menrured
rowjsd out from the shore the detective detectivefelt detectivefelt detectivefelt
felt sure of f his prisoner but to his hisamazement hIsamazemcnf hisamazement
amazement when wh n they took the wound wounded wounde1 wounded ¬
ed prisoner prsonel aboard they headed for forthe forthe forthe
the Eastern Ea tern Shore and disappeared disappearedPRUSSIAN disappearedPRUSSIAN
PRUSSIAN PRUSS IAN EXPERTS WILL WILLSTUDY WILLSTUDY WILLSTUDY
STUDY AMERICAN FARMS FARMSPOSEN FARMSPOSEN FARMSPOSES
POSEN Prussia Aug IS 1SFarming Farming in inthe inhe inthe
the he western section of the United States Statesis StateIs StatesIs
is to be made the subject of a ypoial ypoialstudy fJrdalstudy palalstudy
study by b3 experts exper who will start for forAmerica forAmerica forAnierica
America on August 22 by the Royal RoyalSettlements RoyalSt RoyalSettlements
Settlements St tlJements Commission Dr Huzen HuzenXerg Huen1lrg Jiuzen1erg
Xerg of o the thl ministry mlnist of finance will willaccompany willaccompany willaccompany
accompany the party partyBLAME partySLAME partyEILAME
BLAME BULGARIANS BULGARIANSFOR BULGARIANSFOR BULGARIANSFOR
FOR BIG BOMB PLOT PLOTCONSTANTINOPLE PLOTCONSTANTINOPLE PLOTCONSTANTiNOPLE
CONSTANTINOPLE Aug 18 lfAdvicems lfAdvicemsfrom Advices Advicesfrom vlce vlcefrom
from Smyrna Sm rna are to tb the effect that an ananarchist ananarchist ananarchist
anarchist plot has been discovered there thereSufficient thereSufficient
I Sufficient bombs born bi it Is said have been beenseized ueen ueenseized een eenseized
seized to blow up UJ half h Jf the town towiSeveral tOWlSeveral townSeveral
Several arrests have been made and andthe andtho andilic
I the police poUcear arc especially active against againstthe againstthe againstthe
i the Bulgarians who they believe are areresponsible areresponsible areresponsible
responsible for the th plot
I cannot crlnnot disclose their whereabouts whereaboutswas whereabo whereaboutswasthe ts tswas
was wasthe the reply replyI rep repI
I can positively declare that thatthey they they are arenot arenot areno
not no in I Ireland IrelandMr IrelandMr
Mr 11 Croker Croker Cr ker is expected expe ted soon soonto to make make a amore amore amore
more extended xtend d statement about the ro romance romance romanee ¬
mance of his daughter becoming an anItalian anltaUancountess an1talia
Italian ltaUancountess 1talia countess countessWilliam countessiI1sTHftT
i iDISTRICT
0 I IWORK
DISTRICT iI1sTHftT SURVEYORS 8UYEYOll8ORK
WORK ORK ON INHREASE INHREASEWilliam
William P Richards in View of This Thisj ThisAsks ThisAsks
j Asks More Help and an More MoreMoney MoreMoney ItoreMoney
Money MoneyThere MoneyThere
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There was a big increase during the thelast thelast thelast
last fiscal year in the work of the office officeof officeof officeof
of the Surveyor Surve or of the District of Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia This was shown William lIUam P PRichards PRIchards PRichards
Richards Surveyor of 6 the theDIstrict District In his hisannual hIsannual hisannual
annual report for the year ar ended June JuneZOo
30 ZOo 1905 which was Handed to the Engi Engineer Engineer Engifleer ¬
neer Commissioner yesterday afternoon afternoonAccording afternoonAccording afternoonAccording
According to the report 21S5 surveys surveysof surveysor surveysof
of all kinds kInds were madt against 1797 1797during 1797durinl 1797during
during durinl the year ISOil showing an in increase Increase increase ¬
crease of 28S The number of plats made madewere madewere madewere
were 4S73 an Increase of 258 over the thenumbpr thenumbfr thenumber
number prepared in 1D04 when 4525 plats platswere platswere platswere
were completed and placed on file fileThe fileThe fileThe
The surveying included such work as asfixing asfixing asfixing
fixing the th lines of the new subdivisions subdivisionsin
in Mt Pleasant Heights Washington WashingtonHighlands WashIngtonHhhlands WashingtonHighlands
Highlands Randle Park Dahlgren Ter Terrace Terrace Terrace ¬
race Pinehurst East Washington WashingtonHeights WashingtonHeights Washingtonheights
Heights Burrville Horner Tract and andGranby andGranbp andGranby
Granby GranbySurveyor GranbpS GranbySorveyor
Surveyor S reyor Richards makes an urgent urgentanneal urgentanneal urgentanneal
anneal for Increased office force and ac accommodations accommodations accommodations ¬
commodations He asks that the sum sumof sumot sumof
of 54500 450 for hire of drivers and addition additional ¬
al help be increased to 6000 which he hethinks hethInlts hethinks
thinks will be sufficient to carry carryon on the thework thework thework
work of the office officeMRS officeMRS officeMRS
MRS MABOY TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE BURIED TOMORROW TOMORROWFuneral TOMORROWI
I Funeral Funeralservices services over the body o of Mrs MrsBland MrsBland MrsBland
Bland Brockenbrougrh MciVfooy whodIed whodied who whodied
died on Wednesday night at it Chevy ChevyChase ChYChase CIlOVIChase
Chase Inn after a few days Illness will willbe wlllbe willbe
be held hel tomorrow afternoon aftcrnuon at 4 oclock oclockfrom oclocktrom oclockfrom
from her late residents r slden a Jl L t3 > J N street streetnorthwest srr streetnorthtvesL < et etnorthwesL
northwest northwestRev northwesLRev northtvesLRev
Rev F B Howdon castor pastor of St StJohns StJohns StJohns
Johns Church Georgetown G orSctown will offi officiate officIate 0111elate ¬
ciate Inte TnteAnvrtt rUa will 111 be in Oak nk Hill HillCemetery HillCemeter liii liiiCemetery
Cemetery Cemeter Mrs lM McAboy was born bornfortylive b burnfortylive rn rnfortytheyear
fortylive fortytheyear yeu < asp a oJt at Chatham Va Vaat Vaat Vaat
at he home f her father Dr D Jliocken Jliockenbrough Hrocke1brough ii oclren oclrenbrough
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head of the diocese dloceseof of New Orleans was wassung wassung wassung
sung sung at 7 oclock this morning In St StPauls StJauls StPaula
Paula Church Fifteenth and V VT streets streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest streetsnorthwest
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The Ih Rev James F Mackin pastor of ofthe Ofthe orthe
the church was the celebrant Father FatherMackin FatherMackIn FatherMackin
Mackin also alsodeHveredthe delivered the panegyric on ontfie ontIie ontHe
tHe life and work of the deceased deceasedprelate deceasedprelate deceasedprelate
prelate The regulation requiem was vfachanted waschanted Vii Viilhantedby
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Father Mackin 1ackln who was one of the theArchbishops theArchbIshops theArchbishops
Archbishops personal friends and close closely closely closely ¬
ly associated with him during Dr Chap Chapelles Chapells Chapehles
ells residence in Washington paid tri tribute trIbute tn tnbute ¬
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reviewing his religious accomplishments accomplishmentsnd
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