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THE HE WASHINGTON 1V TOPES WEDNESDAY W DNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905
LARGE ARQE BUSINESS BUSINESSIN
IN FRAUD ORDERS ORDERSFive
Five Issued by Department DepartmentToday DelJartIllentToday DepartmeitToday
Today TodayCONCERNS TodayCONCERNS TodayCONCERNS
CONCERNS HAD SNARES SNARESSmall SNARESSmall SNARESSm11
Small Comeon Ad Got Credulous CredulousPeoples CredulousPeoples CrethilouPeoplea
Peoples Money M Oney ney and Then ThenThey ThenThe ThenThey
They The Complained
The lynxeyed inspectors In pectors of the Post Poatcffice Postcffic Poitcifice
cffice cffic > Department Deplrtm Departmenthavebeen nt have been doing things thingslately thingslatel thingslately
lately latel and the thepeople people who use the mails maiiato mailsto mailsto
to get the coin without giving a qud quidpro qudpro qudDro
pro QUO have been receiving the little littlenotice littlenotice littlenotice
notice fraudulent which puts them themoat themOlt themout
oat of business if not behind the bars barsBut barsBut barsBut
But despite the fraud orders orl rs the theschemers theschemers theschemers
schemers who get the money by means meansof meansIf meansof
of If the small comeon ads published In Inthe inthe Inthe
the newspapers of the country countr are no nosooner 110sooner nosooner
sooner caught up with w withby th by the postofHce postofHceinspectors post postofilee1rspeetors office office111spetors
inspectors than they shift their cut and andbegin andbegin andbegin
begin over again under an assumed assumedname assumedname assumedname
name nameToday nameToday nameToday
Today five fraud orders were issued issuedby IssuedbJ Issuedby
by the department the parties against againstwhom againstwhom againstwhom
whom the orders were directed having havingfailed luiyIngfal1 havingfailed
failed fal1 to show how cause why the orders ordersshould order3should ordersshould
should not be promulgated promulgatedJohn promulgatedJehn promulgatedJohn
John R Rogers 150 Nassau street streetNew streetNew streetNew
New York city Is the name used in inthe inthe Inthe
the advertisement announcing that he hehas hehas hehas
has one sure thing every day da and now nowand nowand nowanti
and then will give two or three and andthat andthat andthat
that by b playing his selections s lect1ons you oU can canbeat canbeat canheat
beat the races to death He only onlycharges onlycharges onlycharges
charges 10 per week for this service serviceLosers servIceLosers serviceLosers
Losers Complained ComplainedSome ComplainedSQme ComplainedSome
Some losers who gave up the ten and andlost andlost andlost
lost on the sure thing complained complainedto
to the PostoflTce Department and on onJuly onJul on3uly
July Jul 6 the Inspectors looked up lP Mr MrRogers MrRogers MrRogers
Rogers and found that the alleged legit legitimate legltImate legitImate ¬
imate business was owned by Charles CharlesVon CharlesVon CharlesVon
Von Weyhe Vejhe V yhe and managed by Charles CharlesR
R Thomas and that the telegrams sent senttheir senttheir senttheir
their clients did not furnish the sure surething surething surething
thing for In many instances the one onebest onebest onebest
best bet lost while the th second choice choicewon cholcewon choicewon
won John R Rogers Ro ers will get no more moremall moremall moremali
mall nor money orders cashed while the thefraud thefraud thefraud
fraud order continues in force forceThe forceThe forceThe
The mall for W y A Noyes of 847 S47Powers 847Powers 847Powers
Powers block Rochester N Y will be bemarked bemarked bemarked
marked fraudulent after 1ter today Noyes NoyesIs NovesIs
I
Is a trade name The business is con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted by bv b A B BGrover Grover who advertises advertisesthat advertisesthat dvertlsesthat
that he has has Ua a cure for consumption consumptionand consumptionand consumptionand
and that he will send the recipe free freeon freeon freeon
on receipt ot a twocent stamp But In Inorder Inorder inoiiler
order to have the perscription filled you youmust youmust youmust
must send sendto to W A Noyes enclosing
2 or 5 for one or two months treat treatment trentmClIt treatinctt ¬
ment as 5 you may elect electGrover eetGrove electGrover
Grover was notified on July Jul 18 to toshow toshow toahoy
show cause cause why a fraud fraudotdershoc1d fraudotdershoc1dnot order should shouldnot shotidnut
not be issued against him On July July2S J Julyhe illy illyhe
2S he appeared before the department departmentwith departmentwith J I
with A N Redding but the explana explanation ex explanation JlpntL JlpntLUon ¬
tion did not satisfy the department departmentNoyes departmentNoyes departmentNoyeu
Noyes formerly conducted the busi business buslness business ¬
ness but it was bought by b Grover Groverwho Groverwho Groverwho
who continued the name of Noyes oyes as asa usa asa
a valuable asset The department had hadno hadno
no objection to 0 thIs but they the did oh object ohjct ohjct ¬
jct to the wording of the advertise advertisements advertlsoments advertisoment ¬
ments which whI which h were miseladlng and andalso anaalso andalso
also because bec us the medicine advertised advertisedf adertlsedwas advertisedwas
was was f not sent the purchaser purcha cr but butsomething butsomething butsomething
something else cIseNoes Noyes Speedy ana anaPermanent ant antPermanent antiPermanent
Permanent Cure for Consumption Consumptionwill
will no longer 10nger1e be sold through the thomail thnmail themali
mail
U3ig Big Investments InvestmentsAlthough Investmentslthough InvestmentsAlthough
Although the Cooperative Invest Investment Investment Investment ¬
ment Company Chamber or Commerce CommerceDetroit Cdmm ComnirceDetroit rce rceDetroIt
Detroit Mich Uch notified the department departmentthat departmentthat departmentthat
that they had deciued to discontinue discontinuebusiness dIscontinuebusiness discontinuebusiness
business the department nevertheless neverthelessissued neverthelessIssued neverthelessissued
issued a fraud order against themTheir ThemTheir them themTheir
Their scheme according to their ad advertisements aderusements advertisernents ¬
vertisements and circulars was on all allfours allfours
fours with the schemes she es of C cGoocrich C CGooarich I IGooQrIch
I
Gooarich Co Albert AlbertE E Reed Co Coand Coand Coand
and the Storey Cotton Company In Inthat IIIthat Inthat
that they took your ourmone money and In Invested InYeste investet ¬
vested Yeste It so that it would ould pay you ou 50 50per 50per 50per
1 1Howard
per cent centHoward = < iL iLHoward t
Howard Co of 1923 19 Broadway Broadwa New NewYork NewYork
York hal work at home to give ont ontthat o1tthat t tthat
that would woui pay from 15 to S25 25 per perweek p prweek r 11
week and you could coull do It right off the thereel thereel thereel
reel They wanted mirrorgraph novel novelties noveltIfs novelties ¬
ties made But to get this work worc worjc you youhad youhad t thad
had to give up 2 for an outfit They Theywere Theywere I IWire
were done + with you after they the sold the theoutfit th thoutfit theouttlt
outfit They Th are now out of business businessThe budnessThe businessThe
The Fidelity Publishing Company of I
32 East Twentythird street New York Yorkwerf t twCrt
werf wer notified August 2 to show cause causewhy causeIy j j1y
why 1y a 1 fraud order should not be issued issuedbut issuedbut 1 1but
but they the never neY r replied and the order orderwas ordfHwas
was issued toay They lhe bought letters lettersfrom letterstram letterstrom
from letter brokers and sent circulars circularsto 4 4to
to the comeons saying that they the had hadwon badWon hadWon
won a prize In a puzzle contest the prize prizebeing prizebeing 1 1lng
being lng a goldfinished watch and that If Ifthe Iftht Ifthe
the winner would remit 139 for package packageand packageand 1 1an
and an mailing they would be sent in addi addition addition additon ¬
tion a copy of the United States Maga Magazine MagaIne Maganine ¬
nine Ine for one year yearI yearNEWS C
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ALEXANDRIA Aug 23Information 23Informationwas 3 Information Informationwas
was received In this city last night that thatEddie thatEddie 1 1Eddie
Eddie Ramsay Ramsa son of Joseph Ramsay Ramsaysuperintendent Ramsaysaptrintendent 1 1Slptrintend
superintendent Slptrintend nt ot the Belle Pre PreGlass PreGlass PreGlass
Glass Works had been Injured In a trol trolley tro troly troly ¬
ly wreck wrecklt1 in n Potisvills Pa and had haddied haddiEd haddied
died at 4 i oclock yesterday esterda afternoon as asthe asthe s sthe
the result of o his injuries Mr Ramsay Ramsaywas Rainsjiwas Ramsaywas
was well known in in this city where he hehad he hehad hehad
had many friends friendsFUNERAL friendsFUNERAL friendsFUNERAL
FUNERAL OF CHARLES C CHARLESDAVIS CHARLESDAVISTtG ARLES DAVIS DAVISKfo DAVI DAVIfuneral
TtG Kfo funeral of the late Charles Davis Davistook Davist Davistook
took t ok place from his home In North Al Alfred Alfred 1 1tred ¬
fred street this afternoon The RevJ RevJA Rev 3 3A
A Jeffers conducted the services Inter Interment 1nt Interment < r rment ¬
ment was in Bethel Cemetery CemeteryOUTING Cemeter CemeterOUTING CemeteryOUTING
OUTING OF JEWISH WOMEN WOMENThe WOMENThe WOMENThe
The Alexandria Alean rln Council of Jewish JewishVomen JeWishVomen JewishWmen
Vomen gave rave their Hrst annual annualexcur annualexcurlJU excur excursion exeurslon ¬
sion lJU to Marshall Hall today toda The early earlybouts etrl etrlboatii eatlyboats
bouts wore WtCOreweU well filled and It is ex exthat exaettd x xiiccttd
iiccttd aettd that a large crowa crowd will go down downou
ou 01 the last one oneAGAINST oneAGAINST oneAGAINST
AGAINST BRADDOCK HOUSE HOUSEThe HOUSEThe HOUSEThe
The committee ccmmltt e which recently exam exnmir examlr examtrd
ir trd > ed d the Braddoclt HOUS has made a areport arClOrt areport
report to the mayor Health H alth Officer OfficerGerman OtUcetGIlnlt OfficetGrtaaa
German consider the building luUding unsani unsanitary u1snnlaty unsaniary ¬
tary aty City Engineer Dunn says 9a aya > 8 that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th > building buUdln Is j In need of repair r PI1lr and andHurry an anHurry antiharry
Hurry A J iJdwnham J wnlHm iwcrgtary of the theboard thefurd thebatr4
board furd of lire wardens consider the theplace theplic theplace
place plic a fire traP trpTomorrow traPromorrow trapromorrow
romorrow evening at 030 6 oclock the thesteamer tll tllsteamer thesteamer
steamer Charles Macalester will make makethe maketoe makethe
the regular Thursday evening trip to toMarshall toMarshall toMarhiall
Marshall Hall iall and Indian Iload IloadSchroeders H4I IleadSchroeders < 1 1S
Schroeders S hroeders Band will render concert concertmusic conCertmusIc concertmuie
music on the down own trip and dance music musicat musicfit musicat
at the Hall Indian Bend trips are aremade nremude atromade
made every Thursday Friday 1lda and Sat Saturday Saturda Saturday ¬
urday urda at 630 30 p m Parties going to Mar Marshal Marshall lar larhall ¬
shall hall Hall on any of the day bouts cun cuntake CUI CUItake caaitake
take the evening steamer at the Hall Halland Halland italiand
and continue on to Indian Head with without without withOtbt ¬
out extra cost The Macalester makes makesdally maksdall makesdaily
dally dall trips to Marshall Hall at 10 a m m3Qand p p23Oand6Oprn > t
230 23Oand6Oprn 23Oand6OprnMoses 3Qand and 0 0 p m mMoses m j jIoses
Moses August uiust Floor Floor 1or Covering Sale SaleCarpets SaleCarpets Sa1eCarpets
Carpets rues mattings etc bargained
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WEDPRINCE WED WEDPRINCEFERDINAND WEDPRINCEFERDINANDSister PRINCE FERDINAND FERDINANDSister
Sister Sist r of King Alfonso of Spain to Become Bride of a aBavarian aBavarian aBavarian
Bavarian Noble NobleIs Is a Great Favorite FavoriteWith FavoriteWith j jWith
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PARIS Aug 23 23Aprlvate 23A A private dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchtram dispatchfrom
from Madrid announces that the wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding of Infanta Maria Theresa the sis sister sister sister ¬
ter of King KIn Alfpnso Alfonso and Prince Ferdi Ferdinand FerdImmd Ferdinand ¬
nand of Bavaria is to take place before beforethe bcforethe beforethe
the end of the year yearThe yearThe ear earThe
The princess who is a great favorite favoriteBEPEtlEDBYW favoriteI favoriteBOLIII
BOLO INTRUDERS WERE WEREREPELLED EIIE EIIEREPLLE118Y
BEPEtlEDBYW BEPEtlEDBYWExciting REPELLED REPLLE118Y BY GAO AET8 AET8xciting E lR lRxcit
Exciting xcit xciting ng Midnight incident ncident at Ocean OceanCity OceanCity OceanCity
City N J in Which Soldjer SoldjerBoys Soldi SQ1derBoys r rBo
Boys Bo s Were Victors VictorsWASHINGTON Vi VictorsWASHINGTON tors torsW
WASHINGTON W HIGH SCHOOL CA CADET CADET CADET ¬
DET CAMP Ocean City N J Aug 23 23Last 23Last 23Last
Last night produced produ ed another exciting excitingepisode excitingepIsode excitingepIsode
episode Everybody Ever body had retired but butthe buttheoft1cer the theofficer theofficer
officer of the day and a few guards Two Twomen Twomen Twomen
men had been given permission to be beout beout beout
out of camp until 1130 pm About this thistime thistime thistime
time when they the were returning they theywere theywere theywere
were assaulted by four or five men oil oilthe on onthe onthe
the boardwalk About two two squares squares from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the camp they looked back and discov discovered dIscovered discovered ¬
ered ten or twelve men following them themcoming themcoming themcoming
coming at a pretty rapid pace The Theboys Theboys Theboys
boys started for camp and the affair affairsoon atralrso affairsoon
soon so n developed into a chase chas The boys boyscut bQYsut bayscut
cut ut through a camp cam occupied by b some somepeople somepeople ome omepeople
people from Millville Once upon their theirown theirown theirown
own stamping grounds they made Known Knowntheir lcnowntheIr knowntheir
their troubles and help was Jas soon at athand athand athand
hand The two companies were called calledout callpdout calldout
out The persons who followed right rightInto rIghInto rightnto
Into I nto camp saw the boys hustling from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tents and took a hurried departure departureThe departureThe departureThe
The boys had by this thi time awakened awakenedin
in i n sufficient numbers to give Ive chase and andof andof andof
of all the midnight sights sl his this thl was al almost a amost almost ¬
most the limit The Theboy boys were chasing chasingthe chasingthe chasingthe
the men In every direction out of camp campOne campOue campOne
One funny tinny nn1 thing about the doings of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the night was the way aySfrgeant Sergeant Homer Hoxnerwas Harnerwas Homerwas
was fooled He was passing the colonels colonelstent colonelstent colonelstent
tent when he thought thou ht he saw a l man mandrop mandrop mandrop
drop behind the th tent He immediately immediatelybrought Imrediatelybrought imiediatelybrought
brought his gun down to charge bayonet bayonetand bayonetand bayonetand
and began the investigation He ap approached atipronclwd ai aiproached ¬
proached the dark object next to the thetent thetnt thetent
tent and challenged < > the supposed supposp man manThe munThe manThe
The object didnt move and Horner Hornerupon Hornerupon Homerupon
upon further examination and indeed indeedmuch indeedmuch indeedmuch
much to his chagrin discovered that thatthe tha thatthe t tthe
the dark object was nothing more morethan morethan morethan
than the colonels eolon < ls bathing suit suitThe suitThe mltTlo
The camp was now quiet and every everyOf everyThe everyThe
The President PresidentOf
Of the Lewis and Clar ClarOregon ClarOregon ClarOregon
Oregon telegraphs as fol folI foJ folPacific
J I congratulate cougratlll e a aPacific aPacific
Pacific OH behalf 01 01the OJheslt o oy
y the heslt superb er Lewis an ants allis anis
ts is one of the most iosl eh ehof eltof elof
of any a1lY issued in inEx ixEvjosllion t tExposition
Exposition ExpositionThose Ex EvjosllionI EvjosllionThose osilioll osiliollThose
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will vill find nd in this publicatii publicatiimation publicaticmatton publicatiaS
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reach the Exposition ci cien den cien
en route and of the retu retuFree retuS
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Free on application applicationR
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WITH ALL LL TRAINS OF Ol VNION PACIFIC TC TCSPECIAI4 T TSPIICIAL
SPECIAI4 LOW RATES AccorNr IEWI IEWIrRAINS LEWIITRAINS
TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON 11 A M
with her brother was born In Novem November November Novemher ¬
ber 1SS2 while her fianc is two years yearsher yearsher yearsher
her junior Prince Ferdinand is a son sonof souof sonof
of Prince LudwIg Ferdinand of Bavaria Bavariawho Bavariawho Bavariawho
who In April 1SS3 married miuried Infanta InfantaMaria InfantnMarla InfantaMaria
Maria De La Paz Pazthing PazthIng Pazthing
thing turned out all right None of the theboys thebo theboys
boys bo s were hurt during the scramble for forthe forthe forthe
the Intruders were successfully succe ssfully driven drivenout drivencut
out of camp campCaptain campCaptaIn campCaptain I
Captain Harlow has arranged to have havehis havehis havehis
his company give an exhibition drill on onTTouhgs onYoungs onYoungs
Youngs pier next FrIday evening venIngThe venIngThemanager The Themanager Themanager
manager of the pier has agreed to allow allowthe aJlowthe allowthe
the boys twenty minutes for a drill drillafter drillaft drilIafter
after aft r the regular reguJarprogram program has been beengone beengOne beengone
gone through with The theater Is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to be packed as the cadets and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their drills have become very popular popularhere popularher popularhere
here hereARMY her herARMY hereARMYAND
ARMY ARMYAND AND NAVY UNION UNIONBOOMING UNIONBOOMING I In
BOOMING COLONEL BROWNE BROWNEThe
I Ifor
The candidacy of Col J Edwin Browne Brownefor Brownefor n
for the office of national commander of ofthe j
the Army Arm and Navy Xav Union is being beingurged beingurged I Iurged
urged on all sides sidesAt j I It
At t a meeting of Roosevelt garrison of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Army and Navy Uhion held last lastnight lastnight
night the delegates selected to repre represent represent reprosent I
sent the garrison at the theuatlonal national en encampment encampment encampment ¬
campment to be held at Newburg N NY NY NY
Y early earl next month were instructed to togive togive i iShe
give their support to Colonel Browne BrownePlans BrownePlans i iPlans
Plans for the convention are rounding roundinginto roundln roundinginto I Iuto
into uto shape shape and It is predicted that the thecoming thecoming i
coming convention can venUon will be the largest largestthe largestthe
the Army and Navy Union has ever held heldThe heldThe heldThe I
The movement mOV ment begun several weeks weeksago i iago
ago as announced in The Times to con consoll consohidate j jsolidate I
solidate soll ate the Army and Navy Union and andthe andthe i ithe
the Regular Army and Navy Union Is Isshowing isshowing
showing signs of bearing benrln fruit Com Commander Commander Cornmander I
mander Henry and Adjutant General i j I ISchumnChcr
Schumacher of the Army and Navy Nav J I
Union and Commander Martin of the t
Regular Army and Navy Union were In Inconference inconference
conference confer nce late last night discussing discussingways d discussing discussingways scusslng scusslngways I
ways and means m cans for bringing the two or organizations organizations ¬
ganizations together togetherThe togetherTht togetherThe
The final work connected with the theuniting theuniting theUniting
uniting of the two bodies will he accom accompllahed accompushed
pushed at the meeting at Newburg next nextmonth nextmonth I
month monthYesterdu monthYesterday j I
Yesterday Yesterdu afternoon at a meeting be between between 1 j
tween l ween Commanders Henry Henr and John Johnl JohnlSchumacher JohnSchumacher I ISchumacher
Schumacher adjutant general of the or order order ¬
der the recent courtsmartial of Colonel ColonelBrowne ColonelBrowne ColonelBrowne
Browne and Sergt J J Strain were weretaken wer wertaken weretaken
taken up After some lengthy discussion discussionthe discussionthe discussionthe
the action of the meeting held on Mon Monday 110nday Monday ¬
day night was approved and Colonel ColonelBrowne ColonelBrowne
Browne and Sergeat Strain were rein reinstated reinstated reinstated ¬ I
stated and the charges ehar es preferred against againstthem against11em againstthem
them were dismissed dismissedk
1 k Exposition Portland Portlandlows Portlandows Portlandlows
lows lowsnd lowsiid ows owslld
nd thank the he Union Unionthe Unionhe Union1ze
the he directorate for ford ford ford
d Clark folder It Itiborate Itzborate IIiborale
iborate and andcornplele andcornpleleonnec1ion complete completeonnection com ele eleotl1ledion
onnection with the theitend theatend he hetltend
itend to visit visitn visitN visitCOUgTRY
N COUNTRY COUNTRYn
> > n a rare fund of in infor inforof inforof or or3f
of the shortest way to toty toty toty
ty what is to be seen seenrn seenrn seenrn
rn rn trip through throughSCIC throughORNIA throughRA
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to toECK 1 1CK
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New ew York City CityD Cityns
ID D TRAINS ns OP THE THEWXEOTIONS THEt
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WXEOTIONS > ECTIOS AT ATPOllTIAND ATAGO
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I POllTIAND and TUTLLOWSTONE PARK PARKCLAR1C PARKJ
J CLARK CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONND
ND 530 P M CONSULT AGENTS
SINGLETON 81 NGLETorJ LODGEAT LODGE LODGEAT I IAT
AT MARSHALL MARSH ALL HALL HALLMembers HALLNer HALLMeriiber
Members Ner bers and Friends of Organization Organizatloitand landItany and Many Children ChildrenWent ChildrenWent ChildrenWenf
Went on the th = Excursion ExcursionAthletic Athletic Events for forrMen forlVen forS forMCII
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rMen MCII Women V on1en and Children
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One of the most successful excursions excursionsof e excurslonof curslol1s
of the year was given at Marshall Hall Hallyesterday Hallyestcrdu Hallyesterday
yesterday yestcrdu when the annual outing of ofWilliam ofVlU1am ofWilliam
William R Singleton Lodge No 30 F FA FA
A A M r was gIven sivenMembers gIvenMembers IYen
Members of the th lodge were ere all in at attendance atttndlnce ati ¬
i tendance and in addition to other otherof otherhfrlends
hfrlends 1 friends of the organization there were weremore weremore
more than IOU mothers and children who whowere whowere whowere
were guests of the lodge for the day dayThree dayThJ dayI
I Three ThJ e boats took the visitors to Mar Marshall Marshah lar ¬
shall slu ll Hall Or the arrival of the after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon boat a series slres of athletic events eventswhich eventswhIch < Cnts CntswhIch
which had been arranged was vas imme immediately immediat immediatIy ¬
diately diat > ly given iven ana am much Interest was wasshown wasshown as assJown
shown in the various features featuresThe featuresrrhe featuresThe
The committee in charge of the ex excursion excursion excursion ¬
cursion had prepared everything in the thuway thtlny theviy
way ny of entertainment and in addition additionthey addit1 additionthey n nthey
they had sent complimentary complimentary tickets ticketsto
to Camp Good Will the Childrens ChildrensCountry ChlldrensCuuntrj ChildrensCuuntr
Country Cuuntr Home and Camp C mp Maulsby MaulsbyAll MaulsbyAll MaulsbyAn
All Were Pleased PleasedAll PleasedAll PleasedAllcf
All Allcf of these were used us c1 and the moth mothers mothers mothes ¬
ers and children who were weie admitted admitteden
en trn them > m were given one of the most en enjoyable enjo enjOyll ¬
joyable jo rtIe times tlme of their their lives livesThe Jivesrho liveslhe
The results of the athletic events were wereas wereas wereas
as follows followsPotato followsPotato followsPotato
Potato race for ladiesFIrst ladies First prize prizerocker prizeroel prizerocker
rocker roel r won won by Miss Genevieve Lingley Lingleysecond LingleyNond Lingleysecond
second prize umbrella won by Miss MissMay iI1ss1ay MissMay
May 1ay Hickey HlclH HlclHixtyyald 1lickeyixtyyard
Sixtyyard dash dashFirst First prize umbrella umbrellawon umbrellawon umbrellawon
won by Mr Hawkins second prize prizescarfpin prizescarfpln prizescnrfpin
scarfpin won bv b J P Yoder YoderSixtyyard YoderSixtyyard YoderSixtyyard
Sixtyyard dash for boys boysPrIze Prize set of ofboxing ofboxing ofboxing
boxing gloves glocswon won by Rufus Smith SmithFiftyyard SmItllFlftyard SmithFiftyyard
Fiftyyard dash for ladies ladiesPrize Prize cane canewon canewon canewon
won by Miss Iiss Georgia Poor PoorRace PoorRace PoorRace
Race for boys boys1 boysFirst First < irst prize hat won wonby wonby wonby
by David Smith second prize pocketknife pocket pocketknife pocketknife
knife won by Maurice Fitzgerald FitzgeraldHigh FitzgeraldHigh FitzgeraldHigh
High jump jumpPrize Prize case of wine won wonby wonby wonby
by E A Oldham OldhamTwo OldhlmTwo OldhamTwo
Two hundred feet and return for forladies forladiesPrize forladiesPrize
ladies ladiesPrize Prize carving set won by Miss MissEthel MIssEthel MissEthel
Ethel Riley RileySack Rl1eySack RileySack
Sack race racePrIze Prize tennis shoes won by
Rufus Smith SmithPutting SmithPutting SmithPutting
Putting shot shotPrize Prize table won by Mr MrHawkins MrHawking MrHawkins
Hawkins
Ladies Race RaceFiftyyard RaceFUtyard RaceFiftyyard
Fiftyyard dash for ladies ladiesPrIze Prize slip slippers sUppers slippers ¬
pers won by Miss Jane Barstow BarstowOne BarstowOne BarstowOne
One hundredyard dash dashPrIze Prize kahki kahkitrousers kahkltrousers kahkitrousers
trousers won by b Stephen Girard GirardFiftyyard GirardFiftyyard GimardFiftyyard
Fiftyyard dash for ladies lade9Prize lade9Prizelads ladlesPrizeladys Prize Prizeladys
ladys umbrella won by Miss Florence FlorenceSmith PlorenceSmith FlorenceSmith
Smith SmithThe SmithThe SmithThe
The executive committee consisted of ofFrank ofFrank ofFrank
Frank H Thomas chairman Andrew AndrewSurga AndrewBurga AndrewBurgo
Surga secretary David F Weaver WeaverJames WeaverJamex VeavcrJames
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at the smallest prices ever quoted quotedCOTTAGE quotedCOTTAGE quotedCOTTAGE
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3 3i yards long at 49c instead of 75c pair air Best S 1 Lace Curtains at at75c at75c at75c
75c pair Rich Brussels Effects at 98c 9 instead of 175 pair Ample Amplequantities Amplequantities Amplequantities
quantities for tomorrows sale saleunless unless hotel and boarding boardinghouse house pro proprietors proprietors proprietors
prietors buy in large quantities quantitiesBe
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